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Full text of "Dánta aṁráin, is caointe Ṡeaṫrúin Céitinn : doċtúir diaḋaċta 1570-1650 A.D.)"

DAnck &nm&in is c\oinue 
seAtRiíin céicinn. 

T)occúif\ T)hvó<aóca (1570-1650 A.T).) 



1-Ajt n-A 5C|itjinniti3;A , ó -\ iaji n-A scuji 1 5cto*ó 
■oon céA*o tl-AIJI 

AS 

eom cAirhAotAC tnAc 510HA eÁm, c.i 



BOSTON COLLEGE LIBRARY 
CHESTNUT HILL. MASS. 

conntiAt) ha 5^0*01156, 

tMite Aca CtiAt. 
1900. 






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181002 



LIFE OF REV. GEOFFREY KEATING, D.D, 



Geoffrey Keating, or, as he is called in Irish ) 
Seathrún Céitinn, was born in the village of 
Buirgheas, ten miles south of Cluain Meala, towards 
the close of the sixteenth century. The year of his 
birth is uncertain, though Halliday says 1570. He 
was educated at a Latin school near Cathair Diiin 
Iasc. After receiving Holy Orders, he left for the 
Continent to complete his studies.* His name 
appears in the 17th place in the list of 209 Irish 
students who passed through the College of Bordeaux, 
founded in the year 1603, by Cardinal de Sourdis, 
Archbishop of Bourdeaux. This list was published 
in the year 1619, by Derby MacCarthy, and the entry 
we speak of reads : " P. Geof roy Ketting, docteur en 
Theologie, Vatterford " (Cal. State Papers, Ireland, 
1615-1625, p. 318). Whilst in France, he wrote his 
poetical epistle to his friends in Ireland, "tTIo be^nn^cc 
te-AC," (Poem No. II.), and probably collected materials 
for his large prose work, " OocAif-f ciac An Ai^mn/' 
or " The Defence of the Mass." 

About the year 1610, he returned to Ireland, as 
we find in a report drawn up and forwarded to the 
Government in the year 1613, containing "the names 

*Abbé Henegan, apud Moréri, Diet. Hist., Paris, MDCCLIX. 



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of sundrie priests and friars within some dioces and 
counties of Ireland, that you may see what numbers 
of priests were come over, and whether yt were not 
tyme to look to their seducinge of the subjects," the 
name of " Doctor Keating, in the Countie of Tiperarie " 
(T.G.D., Class E., Tab. 3, No. 15). In 1615 another 
spy reported that there was " in the diocese of Lismore 
Father Geffry Keating, a preacher and Jesuit, resort- 
ing to all pts. of the diocess " (Brit. Mus., Addit. MSS. 
19836, p. 281). But the spy is wrong in calling him 
a Jesuit. 

His fearless preaching brought him, however, into 
difficulties at last. Elinor Laffan, the wife of Squire 
Moclar, imagining that a sermon of the Doctor's was 
directed against her, invoked the aid of the President 
of Munster, who immediately put the Penal Laws into 
force. " The result was that orders were immediately 
issued for horse and foot to go in quest of our 
preacher, as obnoxious to the laws provided against 
seminary priests, etc., and a great reward was offered 
to any who should apprehend him " (Clanrickardes 
Memoirs, Preface, London, 1722.) 

The doctor took refuge in the recesses of the 
Gal tees, in Gleann Eatharlach. A cave, called polt 
5|A^n*o^, seven or eight miles west of Cabir, was still 
remembered in 1816, as the place "where Father 
Keating remained for three days without food, when 
Cromwell's (!) soldiers were hunting him" (Percy 
Society, vol. XIIL, p. 5). While hiding here, he began 
accumulating materials for his pojuif pe^jM a\\ 6if\inn. 
Having exhausted the MSS. which he found in his 



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immediate neighbourhood, he set out in disguise, in 
search of the old and valuable MSS. then scattered up 
and down the country. We know from himself that 
he was in Connacht, and was struck by the customs 
which he noticed there at funerals. (Uj\i t)iofi-g^ece 
au t)^if , t. 3, c. 8.) The Abbé MacGeoghegan tells us 
that his Norman extraction caused him to be un- 
favourably received by the Irish of Ulster and 
Connacht. The tradition to this effect still lives in 
both provinces. He seems to have travelled as far as 
Derry, where he called upon the historian, Ua Ceallaigh 
of Gleann Concadhain. Ua Ceallaigh asked the doctor 
to show him his notes, and, after reading a portion, 
he replied that the doctor " had favoured Munstermen, 
and concealed the history of Ulster, which was the 
most distinguished province in Ireland" (Ordnance 
Survey Letters, Derry). In Leinster the difficulties 
encountered were of a different kind, as is evident 
from the following letter from an ecclesiastic of that 
province, written to the celebrated Father Luke 
Wadding, Defender of the Catholics at Rome : — 

" Ye 7th Feb., 1630. 
" One Father Keating laboreth much, as I hear say 
is compiling Irish notes towards a history of Ireland. 
Ye man is very studious, and yet I fear if his worke 
ever come to light, it will need an amendment of ill- 
warranted narrations. He could help you to many 
curiosities, of which you can make better use than 
himself. I have no interest in the man, for I never 
saw him, for he dwelleth in Mounster " (Wadding 
Letters, Merchant's Quay, Dublin). 



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In spite of these obstacles, the Dionbhrollach, or 
Preface, was written in 1629, and the whole Forus 
Feasa ar Erinn was completed in 1631 (Moreri). The 
earliest copy known to exist now is dated 1636, and 
'. ; preserved in the Franciscan Archives, Dublin. 
About the same time, he wrote his Tri Bior-^haethe 
an Bháis, a series of Moral Reflexions on Death and 
Human Life. 

Keating is believed to have become P.P. of Cappo- 
quin, and a small silver chalice of his, is still preserved 
in the parish church, bearing the following inscrip- 
tion : "Dominus Galfridus Keatinge Sacred. Sacrse 
Theologiae Doctor me fieri fecit, 23 February, 1634. 
(Waterf. Arch. Journ., April, 1895.) In the year 1644, 
he assisted in the building of the chapel of Tiopraid, 
near Cluain Meala, as we learn from the following 
inscription above the door of it : " Orate pro anima- 
bus Patris Eugenii Duhy, vicarii de Tybrad et Domini 
Doctoris Galfridii Keating huius sacelli fundatorum 
necnon et pro omnibus aliis tarn sacerdotibus quam 
Laicis quorum corpora in eodem iacent Sacello, Anno 
Domini 1644." 

During the war, which broke out in 1641, Dr. 
Keating was enthusiastically in favour of the Ulster 
party, otherwise called the Old Irish party, under 
Eoghan Ruadh Ua Néill. When the two sons of 
Lord Dunboyne, Thomas and James, fell on the 
Irish side, in 1642, he lamented them in the fine 
poem, tTlófA Ancfom 1nfe Uaíi&a (infra, p. 62). He 
had already written a Caoineadh on their father's 



death in 1640. But his intimacy with the Butler* 
family did not dim his clear-sighted patriotism, and 
we have no finer condemnation of th© intrigues of the 
Ormonde faction, than the magnificent poem m Circuit 
x>o tthrne^c, a T)ax\X)a {infra, p. 70). This seems to 
be his last poetical production. He lived on a few 
years, and died in 1 650, as the night began to darken 
over his native land. An uncertain tradition has it, 
that, on the capture of Clonmel, 10th May, 1650, lie 
was murdered in the Church of St. Nicholas, formerly 
called Teampul na Pláighe, by the Cromwellian 
soldiers (Wat. Arch. Journ., April, 1895.) In addition 
to the poems contained in this volume, and now for the 
first time collected and edited, and his three great prose 
works, Eochair-Scaith an Aifrinn, Tri Bior-ghaethe an 
Bháis, and Forus Feasa ar Eirinn, Dr. Keating appears 
to have written two smaller works, one on the Cof\oin 
tfluij\e or Rosary of the B.V.M., a copy of which, with 
the name of SeAtfiin Céicinn at the end, is preserved 
in the Franciscan Archives, Dublin, and the other 
entitled lotn^Att^rh ^n Antrim -Ajgup An Ctnfip, accord- 
ing to a writer in the Gaelic Journal, No. 103, p. 312. 

* We have a Caoineadh from him on the death of James Butler, 
uncle of James, first Duke of Ormonde, whose duplicity ruined the 
Irish cause {infra , p. 24). 



DATES OF POEMS. 



The subjects of the following poems determine the dates of their 
composition. 

1626 — LÁ "OÁ fiAOAr* aji mAi-om 50 pÁnAó. 

1627 — 1f uAijneAc *ouiu, a pwjic da bpfiiotri-p Iaic. 

1640 — *D|iuix)ix) f«Af, a cuAine An cAOinte. 

1642 — móji Anujiom infe t)AnbA. 

1646 — mur-CAil *oo mipieAc, a bAnbA. 

The dates of the following can only be determined approxi- 
mately : 

pÁróbfiéA5Ac An f aojaL f o, written in the year 1600, according 
to 23 0. 39. 

mo beAnnAcc teAU, a fcftibinn, written during his stay in France 
about 1606. 

Óm fceol Afi Á|t"o-TriA5 J?Áit, written after the Flight of the Earls 
(cf. 1. 48), which occurred 14th September, 1607. 

tic! if c|ivja5 mo suAir- on 5teo-b|toit), written before the year 
1620. 

A t)AnbA bos-orh -óonA -oviAibr-eAc, written before the year 1640. 

mo tjniAi^e mAji aca éifie, the year 1C44 seems indicated in the 
last stanza, but it is uncertain what computation Dr. Keating 
adopts here. 



SOURCES. 

With the exception of 140 lines, the following poems of Dr. Keating 
have never been printed. The MSS. from which the poems are taken 
are sufficiently described at the end of each poem. Additional con- 
firmation of the authenticity of the poems here printed is found in 
the following MSS., which have come under my notice since the 
text was printed. Dr. Keating is mentioned as the author of trio 
beAnnAcc te<\u (No. II.) in a MS. belonging to Mr. James Fenton, 
Kilbeggan, Co Westmeath, in the O'Curry MSS., Catholic University, 
and in Egerton, 111, Brit. Mus. ; of Óm fjeot Aft Afro-niA^ pÁil 
(No. III.) in Addit. MSS. 29614, Brit. Mus. ; of *Oo cAjiAr rAjt Aon 
(No. IV.), in Fenton MS. ; of mo bfton, mo ceouuifire (No. V.), in 
Fenton MS. ; of tic ! ir ^jiuaj mo suAir- (No. VI.), in Egerton, 97 ; 
of Cia -An fAoi (No. VII.), in Eg. Ill, Eg. 161, and O'Curry MSS., 
Cath. Univ. ; of £Ái-óbjiéA5Ac An f ao^aI ro (No. VIII. \ in Eg. Ill ; 
of LÁ T)Á fiADAr (No. IX.), in Eg. 97 ; of CAom iú -péin, a -óume 
boiéc (No. XL), in O'Curry MSS., Cath. Univ. ; of T)|tuix)i'ó ruAr, a 
ctJAine An cAomue (No. XII.), in Fenton MS. ; and of A beAn auá lÁn 
"oo rcuAim, in E. V. 5, Stowe MSS., R. I. A., Ashburnham Coll. 

There are besides the poems in this collection several of doubtful 
authorship, which are found in diverse MSS., ascribed to Dr. Keating 
among others. Believing that Dr. Keating's claim could not be 
substantiated, these poems have not been included. The principal 
of these are — CuifteArh cÁmAc SeAin tfhc geAfiAitc, ascribed to Dr. 
Keating in Eg. 97, but to Dáibhi Ua Bruadair by O'Curry, which is 
equally doubtful ; tlí slóifi 50 5fiém acu neAm, ascribed to Dr. 
Keating in E. V. 5, Stowe MSS., R. I. A., but to Mac Amhlaoibh in 
23 L 35, R. I. A., while it is anonymous in 23 B. 35, R. I. A. ; Thom- 
bÁx> cjhaU, ó tutcAib pÁit, ascribed to Dr. Keating in Murphy MSS., 
Maynooth, L, p. 392, and E. V. 5, Stowe MSS., R. I. A., to UiUiatti 
mAC An DAfttnn T)eAtbnA in H. 4. 4., T. C. D., to Garret son of 
Cristopher Nugent, 13th Baron Delvin, by S. H. O'Grady on Eg. Ill, 
while it is anonymous in 23 N. 15, and 23 G. 24, R. I. A. ; 1om-ÓA 
ÓAjnAc A5 éiftmn, ascribed to Dr. Keating in Murphy MSS., May- 
nooth, L, p. 178, to peAftjjAt triAc ^n txxijro in H. 1. 7., T. C. D., to 
Ua T>ÁIai5 ponn by O'Curry and 23 L. 37, R. I. A., to piAiin true 
eo5Ain true CjtAit, by O'Reilly, Writers, p. CXI., and Eg. Ill, while 
it is anonymous in 23 G. 24, R. I. A. 

The ' satyric burlesque on the death of his servant Simon,' which the 
anonymous writer of the Disertation, prefixed to the Clanrickarde's 
Memoirs (London, 1722), refers to as having been composed by Dr. 
Keating, seems to be now lost, if indeed such a poem ever existed. 



METRE. 



Irish Metres may be divided into two classes ; (1) the Syllabic, and 
(2) the Accentual. As both classes are represented in the poems of 
Dr. Keating, a short explanation of the rules governing the metres, 
which here occur, may be useful. 

A. "OÁn *OifieAc, or Syllabic Metres. 

Five different kinds occur m the following poems ; (a) *Oeibi-óe, 
including Ó^ÍACAf , Nos. I., VII., XIV., XV. ; (6) SéAT>nAT>, No. XVI. ; 
(c) TlAnnAi^eAcu mófi, No. XI. j (d) T-tAnnAijeAcu fteA^, No. II. • 
(e) T>eACtt<<vó t)eA3, No. XIII. 

(a) T)eibi-óe requires : — (1) tluiriieAfi ceAtjtAtriAn or 4 quartans or 
lines in each rtArm. 

(2) CmnueAcu piottAT) m ^ac ceAÚftAtriAin, or 7 syllables in each 
quartan or line. Elision takes place generally where a long or short 
final vowel is followed by a short vowel, but is optional where a short 
final vowel is followed by a long vowel. 

(3) tlAim (i.e., Concord or Alliteration) requires two words in every 
quartan to begin with the same consonant (eclipsis or aspiration is not 
reckoned) or else with any two vowels. It is called 11 Aim ctuAir-e or 
Proper Concord, when it occurs between the two last words of a quartan 
(not counting an unaccented lAfimbeAjitA or particle) ; tlAim jntnr-eor 
tlAim fúlA, when not between the last two words, p makes UAim 
only with p or p. f? is not counted and tlAim is made with the letter 
following £. 

(4) CorhAjt'OA'ó (Correspondence) is somewhat like Rhyme. In Rhyme 
the final vowel and consonant sound is the same to the ear, but in 
CorhAfroAT), the consonants are only of the same class, while the vowel 
rhymes fully. With regard to the vowels, however, the broad vowels 
are sometimes interchanged. As to the consonants, they are divided 
into classes : — (a) Three hard, c, p, c ; (b) Three rough, c, t, f? ; (c) 
Four strong, LI, tin, fifi, m > n 5 ' ^ Seven light, b, x>, 5, ni, t, n, ft ; 
(e) One sterile, p. We have CoriiAjfOAT) ftÁn (Perfect correspondence). 



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when the consonants are of the same class; Com Afro a*ó bftipce 
(Imperfect Correspondence) when they are not. 

(5) rutin, xMffO-ftmn (Termination), requires that the last word of 
the second and fourth quartan be one syllable longer than the last word 
of the first and third quartan, respectively. The last word of the first 
and third quartan is called ilmn, the last word of the second and 
fourth quartan is called ,Ai fro- ft mn. Enclitic particles at the beginning 
or end of a word help to form Ai fro -ft inn. 

(6) UAiúne (Union) requires vowel rhyme between a word at the end 
or middle of a quartan, and a word in the middle of the following 
quartan. It is sufficient if the vowels be both broad or both slender. 

(7) ^mur- is a kind of Internal Correspondence, but requires that' 
the words be of the same number of syllables. Short oi or At make 
-Amur- with «i, but a with eA is not good. «Amur- differs from tlAitne 
in having regard to consonants as well as vowels. 

We will now illustrate these rules by an example (11. 1033-1036). 
tnóft "óinnn cfté Aft neAth-Á^ A-noip 
T)Á triAC feAjrÓA tTltc piAftAip 
A mAftbAX) ufté bÁi-ó £)AnbA 
TVAriijAjt An Áit AtAjrÚA. 

The first two requisites, viz. (1) tluirheAft ceAtftArhAn or 4 quartans, 
and (2) CinnceAcu fioltA m 5AC ceAÚftArnAin, or 7 syllables in each 
line are evident. Observe the elision ujté 'ft, which shows that Ajt 
'our' is really short, though often written Ájt. (3) tlAim ctuAipe is 
found between neAm-Á5 and A-noip (for a, in Anoif, Afiip, Anocc is 
really a separate particle) ; between bÁix> and ti)AnbA ; between Átt 
and AtAjrÓA ; and UAim jninr-e, or tlAim fútA, between peAjrÓA and 
piA|tAi|\ (4) ComAjroAT) r-tÁn between (A)noip and piAjtAif, or as it is 
generally written in such cases piAftoip; between £)AnbA and AtA\\x>A ) 
as r« and ft, belong to the same class, as also b and x>, while the vowels 
are the same. (5) tlinn and Aifro-ftmn are found in -noip and piAftAif, 
as also in £)AnbA and AtAfroA. (6) UAitne between neAm-Á5 and 
j?eA|rÓA. (7) -Amur- between mAftbA-o and Arh^Aft ; bÁró and Ail. 
In conclusion it may be remarked that ^\mup is attended to most 
carefully in the final couplet, called CoriiAT), the first couplet of a 
TlAnn called SeotAT), being often lax in this respect. 

Ó^tACAf is an imitation of the regular X)Án -oífteAó metres. In it 
CoriiAjvoAX), llAtm and U Aitne are not strictly observed. In fact, Nos. 
VII. and XIV. are the only poems in the following collection in strict 



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*OeibiT>e, Nos. I. and XV. being in O^tACAr- T)eibi-óe, unless the MSS. 
of these poems are in many cases corrupt, as I fear they are, especially 
the MSS. of No. XV. 

(b) SéA-onA-ó (No. XVI.), requires (1) 8 syllables in the first and 
the third quartan, 7 in the second and fourth; (2) CeArm instead of 
rtinn and Aifvo-fiinn ; i.e., the final word of the first and the third 
quartan to be a dissyllable, and the final word of the second and the 
fourth quartan a monosyllable (called bfiÁi^e) ; (3) ComAji-oA-o f tÁn 
between the final words of the second and fourth lines. In other 
respects it is like *OeibnJe ; e.g., (11. 1225-1228) : — 

Uó"o 'nAfi bÁi&ó bui-óne bofibA, 

*Oo bi 1 "ouóifi 50 cfieAUAn n^Afib, 

gAn toe Aijim, jAn coinjteic jcéimeAnn, 
tTlAi-óm oijróeific nA mbéimeAnn mbAlb. 

It is clear that the rules regulating the number of syllables and 
lines and CeArm are observed ; we have besides Coitiaji-oa-o ptÁn 
between jAjib and bAlb ; we have UAim in each line; UAim ctuAipe, 
between buix>ne and bojtbA (1. 1), coinjteic and ^céimeAnn (1. 2), 
mbeimeAnn and mbAlb (1. 4) ; and UAim gnuife, between -ocóiji and 
ufieAÚAn (1. 2). Amup and tlAicne, in the last couplet, are found in 
luxuriance through the whole of this fine poem; in the present 
example we have Aijtm and mAi-om, com^teic and oijvóeific, gcéim- 
eAnn and mbéimeAnn. 

(c) RAnnAi^eAcc tflóji (Poem No. XL), requires — (1) 7 syllables in 
each quartan. (2) Every quartan to end in a monosyllable. (3) Cotri- 
AffOAT) -plÁn between final word of second and fourth quartan. (4) 
Amur- between final word of first and third quartan, with some word in 
the middle of the second and fourth quartan respectively ; e.g. (11. 596- 
000). 

CAom tú féin a -óuine boicc, 

*Oo cAOineA"ó cÁic coipc •00 fúit, 

11Á CAom in^eAn, 11Á CAom ttiac, 
T)Áji cui|\eA"ó pÁ b|\Au 1 n-uiji. 

Suit and tiijt make CoriiAjroAT) ptÁn ; boicc and coifc, mAC and 
bftAC make Am up. 

(4) TtAnnAijeAcc tieA^ (No. II.) differs from TtAnnAi^eAcc íflóji, 
only in requiring each quartan to end in a dissyllable ; e.g. (11. 29-32). 



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5i"ó 3tiÁc a ^oifine ^jiaoc'oa 

1 n-inip nAonitA neAtnbocr, 
Si-dji cAfi •OfiomctA'ó tiA -oíteAnn 

bei|t, a fcjiíbeAnn, mo beAnnAcu. 

(5) *OeAcnAT> beA^ (No. XIII.) requires — (1) five syllables in every 
quartan. (2) Cotr)Afm<vó ftÁn between the second and fourth quartan. 
(3) final word of the first and third quartan to make -Amur- with some 
word in the middle of the second and 4th quartan ; e.g. (11. 949-952). 

A beAn tÁn -oo fuuAim, 

Con^buij; tiAim -oo tAm, 
Hi peAft 5nioniA r-mn, 

51T) CA01 cttiti •oÁft n^jiÁ-ó. 

Here we have the proper number of syllables and quartans ; every 
quartan ending in a monosyllable ; ComAjfOA-o f tÁn between tÁrii 
and 5|iÁ"ó; and Atnuf between fcuAim and UAim ; -pmn and uinn. 

B. Accentual Metres. 

The Accentual Metres in the following poems are of two kinds ; (a) 
the AmjiÁn, and (6) the CAomeA-o or CuijteAni. 

(a) The -AmftÁn requires that there be four lines in the stanza, and 
that the accented vowels in each line be the same and in the same order 
of succession. The line consists generally of 5 feet, i.e., it contains as 
a rule five accented syllables. An initial unaccented syllable may be 
omitted, and two unaccented syllables sometimes take the place of one 
unaccented; in other words, a dactyl — v^ v, is sometimes used for a 
trochee — u, and an anapaest ^ u — for an iambus ^ — ; e.g. , Poem 
No. III. 

Óm fceot I Aft Áfro|-triA3 pÁit | ní coT)(tAim oi-ó|ce 

Here the accented syllables are, fceot, ájit>, pÁit, ceo-, oi-ó-, and the 
sequence of accented vowel sounds may be represented in the following 
scheme : — ó, Á, Á, o, i. On reading down the poem it will be seen at 
once that the vowel-sequence in every line is the same. A similar 
metre is used also in poems Nos. V., VIII., X. The following table 
gives the paradigm of the metres of all these poems. 

No. III. óm fceot &p Ájfo-rhA^ pÁit ní co"otAim oi-óce. 



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No. IV. T)o cAfiAf CAft Aon An 'Oéifi'Ofie "óeA^-jriúifeAc. 

(u) | a u u | é u | é o a | ú w. 
No. V. ttlo bjión mo ceoumjire ctéib if c|ioi"óe. 

v ó | ^ ó | v v é | ^ i. 
No. VIII. -pAi-objieA^Ac ah rAojAÍ ro nÁ hnmttng x>ó. 

^ é I ^oé I v^uú I íó. 
No. X. A éijie ttiaoji-óa nA mAoitmn mbÁn 

kj é I ^ é I uuí I uÁ. 
The CeAn^Al of a poem is usually written in a similar metre, mostly 
with a longer line ; e.g, the scheme of the CeAn^At 
of No. IV. 1r triAit An mAire An AmneAjt cneAfCA a 5éA5-*ótAoi CAtn. 

u A | u A | u A | u A | v, é | ÍA 

of No. VII. mo cnú mo circe reo An riottAifie geAnAmAit 5fimn. 

yj Ú | o 1 | ^ u 1 | u u A I « 1 

of No. VIII. A jeAj jeAt -oo pjiéAm-f nit *OÁibi An fiioj;. 

ué I Aué I o Á I ^í 
and *Oo 5|iÁX) cAon-mic "oo céAjwó te hiAfinAii;e 1 gcjtAnn. 

(u) u é | ^ u é | uuí | Í A. 

of No. IX. ScAoit|ie SeAnAiX) ir "OftomA AnA inA "ouAini^ uftiAtt. 

U O A | u u A | u u Á | (u) 1. 

of No. XIII. -A pmne-beAn uréim féAJAnuA fÁfi-cAom cruAijic. 

u 1 | yj u é | éuu | Á í | UA 

of No. XVII. A T)é, "oo T>eAtbui5 uaUatti 50 bÁifiji-jHAstAc. 

(yj) | é u | A yj yj | A u u | Á í | A 

(6) The CAomeA-ó requires generally 4 lines of 4 feet of two syllables 
each, but admits the same freedom in unaccented syllables as fche 
ArhfiÁn. The last accented vowel in the line corresponds or assonases 
throughout. The first accented vowel need not correspond with any 
other accented vowel, either in its own line or in any other line. The 
second and third accented vowel correspond inter se in their own line, 
but need not correspond with the second and third accented vowel of 
any other line ; thus : — 

No. VI. tic ! if rjiuAJ; mo guAif on jteo-bjioiT) 

Tie fA^bÁit bÁir -oo blÁc nA hóige 
1 -ouúir a jiéime ir téifi An teonA"ó 
1 scnic éibi|t éA5 An cróiri|t. 

Here the first accented vowel differs all through ; u (1. 1), Á (1. 2), 



15 



ú (1. 3), í (1. 4); the second and third accented vowels correspond 
inter se in their own line, ua, ua (1. 1), Á, Á (1. 2), é, é (1. 3), é, é 
(1. 4) ; the fourth accented vowel, ó is the same in all lines 
throughout the whole poem. If n {i.e., neAm-cof mAit) represent an 
independent vowel, i.e., one which does not correspond with any 
other, c (i.e., cor-rriAiL) a vowel which agrees only in the same line, 
and the vowel in Irish type the vowel which corresponds all through, 
we get as a scheme for : — 



u C I 



No. 


VI. 


u n | 


No. 


IX. 


o n | 


No. 


XII. 


u n | 


No. 


XVII. 


kj n | 


No. 


XVIII. 


v n | 



| oC | uí | 



ADDENDA. 



p. 56, 1. 864, for fpioffiA, read rpíor-fiA-ó. 

p. Ill, 1. 29, for beech, read birch. 

p. 142, 1. 32, s.v. eibiu, add: cf. eibio|t íoua, * craving thirst/ 

in foil, lines of Dáibhi Ua Bruadair : 
SeifibireAc feift^te iogniAji ffiótiAc peAr-c 
*0'eiui5 firm ip eibiofi íoca im pcofinAc peAcc. 



DAnuA AtíitiAin ^s CAOiriue 
se&twam céiuitin, 

1. An T)oócúi|\. 
I. 

mills Ati ueAtigA ah §Aet)eAt5. 

^5 xVóthotAT) nA ^Ae-óitje. 
[*Oeibi-óe -An Aifue feo.] 

I. ttlilif -An zeAnj^A An ^Aet>eAl^, 
5«t 5^n 6aX)A\\k óoi^cjAíóe, 

Supine féirhi*óe futc-tiU\rc<\. 

II. 5 1 ^ ©Attjia ce^ii^A if fe^rro^, 5 

51 "ó tái J oe-dn if téige-Anc^, 
tJ-At-A tnnti níof\ ff\ít tirm 
^uAim nó poc^t *oo óom^oinn. 

miUs. 

[MS. T.C.D., H 4, 24. The name of author is not given in H 4, 
24, but the poem has been published as Dr. Keating's in O'Brennan's 
Antiquities, Vol. I., 88, in the Preface to the Translation of Dr. 
Keating's History (Dubl., 1859), etc. O'Donovan quotes it as Dr. 
Keating's (Supp. s.v. 5aoit>Iic). The metre of all copies is rather 
irregular. ] 

II. 

mo tteAtitiACu teAu, a scnittinn. 

An CATi -do bí fé 'f Ar| bf?jiAinc "j 45 f cfiíobA-ó 50 AcÁiffoib 50 héifiirm. 
[RAtinAijeAcc beAj ati Aifce feo.] 
I. 1Tlo X>eAnnA6z leAZ, a fCjAitiinn, 

50 tiinif 4oibinn Oaí^ ! 10 

'S C|\ua£ ru\ó téi|\ t>axx\ a toeArmA, 
5i"ó ^nÁt a "oce^nn-A 'oe^s-A ! 



18 TXáncA, ArhjvÁin ip C^oinue 

II, SlÁn X)Á htixMfle if t>á hoijie^cu, 

SlÁn 50 foi-be-Aóc X)Á ctéif\citt, 
St^n T)^ txAncfVAóCAifc (Moine, 15 

SlÁn x>Á jMoiáb pe tiéi5f e ! 

III. tTlo ftán t>á m^gxMb mine, 

St-dn fÁ rhíte tm cnocAib, 

tTloóe^n t)on cí c-á innci, 

SUm vá tinnci£> 'p tm toóxMti ! 20 

IV. SlÁn -oá coiUxib fÁ toftxMb, 

SLán T)Á móincit> 'p *o,a txÁncaib, 
St-Án T>Á jvátditt Y *o^ fMf c-Aib ! 

v. SlÁn óm ó|\oit)e x>Á cu^ncxMb, 25 

SLÁn póf x>Á zuA\\tA\X> Cfvotn-A, 

SlÁn u>Aim tm cjvao£)4i£> cpom^ ! 

V1 - 5 1 * 5 n ^c d poi|\ne fjvaoó'oa 

1 n-inif n^otfit-d nedmboót, 30 

Six\|\ c^p -opotnóUvó n^ T)ítex\rm 
t>eij\, a f C|\ít)ex\nn, mo beann^óc ! 



[Mas. ^".A'A'Á;ira'Á 8 M ' Mlxii > 

xciv, xcvi. This piece has been published by Hardiman, Ir. Mins., 

Vol II., p. 218, and in O'Mahony's Translation of Dr. Keating's 

23 
History. The title is taken from , and the text principally from 

the same MS ]. 



6e-At|\úm Céicinn. 19 



III. 

óm sceot Ati ^tvorhAg ^aiL 

^5 é-AjcAoineAT) Anpofit.Airm éifteArm. 
[x*trijiÁn.] 

I. óm fceot -AjA ^fVO-rhx\g put ní óo*otAitn oi"óóe, 
'S T)o ftpecvó 50 X)\\Át tné T)ÁU\ a pobuil *oítif, 

toío-ótixvó, 35 

\!Á -óeoit) 5U|\ pÁ? a lÁu T)on 605^1 cpíota. 

II. A pót)t^ ptÁif, if nÁ\\ n&ó pottuf *o^oi5-fe 

gtift cójva U.ÁL x\|\ f xMfA-flioóc rho5^it rhíleA-ó ; 
T)eop níop p^5t)^*ó 1 ^cl^n x>o ttjAolUMg rmn-git, 
T1^|A "óeolf-AT) Ál 54Ó c\\áv\a coigcpíóe. 40 

ni. 5^ c cpeox) 5-aíi c^pc c-aja j\Áit x>Áp togAif fine^-o 
50 tiói|\-fUoóc -ÁlAinn Áj\f-Ai"ó CobtxMg Óx\oit- 

mbfiexxg, 
1f teo 5^n 5f\^fc^fi LÁrh áf\ rmon^-ftfiui'óne, 
5 ac pót) if paáf\í\ x>Á\\ n-<Áici£> eoó-á|\-<áoit)ne. 

iv. AcxMT) póipne a^ p^f 'p* 11 &&$ V° LogA UotftúA, 45 
T)^|\ óóif\ £>eit ctxSc 51*0 -ájvo 4 potLA 45 

f CAoilexvó ; 
Síot GogxMti 5-dn 4ijvo 'f x\n U^t-puit bo*ó>df\- 

ótAOi'óce, 
'S via tióig ón mt)in-cf|w; fc^ince 1 5C015- 

cníoóAit). 



20 TXÁnc-A, Arhtváw if Cx\oince 

v. Y\a cóifig t^ifc ón ViAy s^n tios^vó t>f íg-nifc 

1 ngteo §é^|\ g^ibte-Aó t-Á n^ torm^-£>ui"óne, 50 
P-Á ffóin avi fcáic tM gn^ú x* sco^xvó 1 troíop- 

tnxMft ; 
TH T)óit> tM n^f\ <aóc cáó ^Ati óorh^tt *otige ^p 

bit. 

VI. T)^ mb-At) beo ÁfVO-frLdit Ame if T)^om^ TXaoile 
'S n-d teog-Ain Lái*ope ón itl^ig x>o tifxonnxvó 

m<Aoine, 
TMft troóig, nío|\ b^ic t)on c<áin feo 1 n-ofctnl 
t)|\íg*oe 55 

5^n ^eoin if s^fit^ óf á]\t> X)Á *ocogxMt-*oíbi|AC 

VII. tTlun-d bpóijMt) ce-Ájvo n^ n-^ifvo-'pe-Arm potxal Cf\íoó 
5Cuif\c. 
Aft fóipne^ju; n^rhAT) nx>ÁnA n-ott^rh n*oíog^t- 

ílí mó|A n^f\ b'fre^jA s^n ó<m jvoe a bjrof (Min-T>íog- 

Laim, 
'S ^ f eoUvó pLán 1 tipSn c^|\ conn^ib CUo-ónA. 60 

Otn sceot. 



[This piece is met with more frequently in the MSS. than any 

other; it is to be found in the foil. : — R.I. A. tt-o* 7 > r~n(\ » p — i ' 

23 23 „,. 23 23 23 23 23 MM Y .. 

GT3 ' G^' HLA ' ÍLT5 ' L^2 ' LT37 ' SO"7 ' NTS ; ' 

xiv, xcv ; T.CD. H 4, 15, H 5, 10. The best copy is preserved in 

23 

~— - ; the colophon reads, SeA^An Suac fto rcftiob, Feb. 14, 170^1. 
L. 47 



Se<Atf\úin Céicinn. 21 

IV. 
DO Ó ATI AS CAR A011. 

I. T)o óa^a^ za\\ aov\ av\ T)éi|A'D|\e "óe^g-gnúifeAó, 
ttl Afc^lAó tfuAOfVóA "óéiTrge^t gLAp-fúile-Aó, 
Arhuju\ó -Aotró^ f\Aoji-gU\n fe-A|\c-tnúc^ó, 
CA\\tAr\r\Aó céitti*óe tié^p^ó X)\kat>-\\úua6. 

II. 1f c^mA|\f^ó clAon 'f if CjA^obAó cía^c-újaLaó, 65 
U-AicnevMti^ó céxvo^ó jMon-ó^p pjvAp-gtuine^o, 

A cApn-foU; cAorh-gU\n 5e.A5.Ao pvo-óúj\f\Aó. 

in. A tnx\mA 5^n rhéi*o ip é s^n tite^ocug^vo "o^iop, 

T)o "óAUxMb if pé^tc 1 ^onxMt) <Aet)f\e^rht^, 70 
1f c^itce Y 1 f c^ot a cAob Y 1 f Cjiedc-ótiififiA, 
'S ní rhe^jraim 51^ téig te ti^on *oo ótAnnug^t) 
fir- 

iv. An^iT) nx\ tiéifc pe pcéirh a fLAC-óúil ó^ip, 

1f cmti^it) n^ tiéx\nt^ite péif ^5 be^nnug^'ó *Ó1, 
5^di*o wa -oéite téi 5^11 xtóóúnc,4f\, 75 

'S a troe-AóxM'ó c^|\ t)énuf tiné^spvó av\ t>exMi 
ú*o fin. 

v. X)o ^a^a^-^a téi, m^f\ f céic *oom óe^f\c-óurh*aAC, 
git) rex\f\5 mo gné \tia\\ -AOfrh^ ^n-fú^Aó, 
pe^|\f a ní téigim ná céxc a ngtAn-ug-o^, 
1f *oe>A|\t!) viaó téijA -ún géif p eAc ^e^lb^n T)om. 80 



22 X)Ár\ZA, Atfifu\in if C^omce 

vi. X)o ce-Atg, T)o ójUMóc-gtnn mé 50 LAg-rúijAfe^ó, 
1f T/^tfwig mo gné mA\\ néitri ^n gLari-bugA 

ctunc, 
1f mxMfs *oon é^5 n^c sle-dp-Arm -o^jac óug^m-jrA 
T)o ó^icpe^t) tno f é 50 ^éit) g^n ó^tugxvú tupc. 

VII. T)o ge^fxMt) na géige if slé-gUMi geAxn^rh^il 
cjuit 85 

ttlo óe^n^Al 1 nséitie^rm "0^0^50 -oeAC^rhl^ó 
'S n&c cne^f c>a t)á céirhi£> té^óc *oo cne^fugxvú 

>At1 tU1C 

Do •oe-AjAg^t) léi 50 héi^ceAjAC ^crhutx^ó. 

viii. 1f mxMc ^n rh-Aife, an airmin óne^fca, a 50^5- 
■óLaoi'ó óAtn, 

g^nn, 90 

A tMj\A CAife 1^54 le-Ab^Mfie, 4 tiáol-píop 

CpojMim jre^fC-A A|\ £e^ttAi£> t)|\e,ác^n 5^ e>óe ^ 
í if 5^11. 

T)0 CAtlAS. 

[MSS. R.I.A. J3L. , -^L , -^- ; M.M. vii. This piece has 
L G. 24 L.32 M.46 F 

23 
been published by Hardiraan. The best copy is in- r -— , from 

which the above text is published. It is ascribed to Dr. Keating in 
-^ — , and M.M. vii ; in the other two MSS. the author is anony- 
mous.] 



SeAtpúm Céiann. 23 

V. 

AISU115. 
mo t)tión, mo Ceouumse ctéitt is cnoi^e. 

[-ArhjtÁn]. 

I. ITIo bfión, tno oeo-cinjife ctéib ip cfioit)e, 
An 5ló|\ *oo £05 mé a |t<\ef\ 1 mbícvós, 
íió^-leACA if ctó-g^pt-A ^né if gn^oi, 9S 

As 5leoifv-gein x\n óf-ptntc if péife píge. 

II. Smól-rh.Al<\ fnó'ó-'óub if gei^e pcftfob 

peoúAn^ó peof^ó xr\A\\ pcéic ^n *oaoiI 

Cói|\-rh^m>A cóirh-geat f\e néirh avi aoiI, 

1f f\ó;-t)ex\|\c,A lógrh^|\x\ if téice U. 100 

III. T)ói*o-óteAc<A tneofi-t-A^ ip féirhe fU\oix) 

póijv-geAtá fnót)-óxMlce if Cf\éice f níorh, 
1f nófrhAjA n-A f|\ótt-cui|A ^f\ gj\éif T)o-gnró, 
*Oo fófvo-Aib, *oom "óóit-fe, nÁ\y téi^ *oo *óaoi. 

IV. Oi^-be^n T)o póijA-fUoóc n^féime fíog, 105 

^freot-ftnt Síl Gog^in ip Héilt ip Cvnnn, 
Seot^f te ceol-óf\uiu 50 féife^ó p\oi, 
T>o "óeolpvó *oeo-ótnpie a c^éAtZA\X) Laoió. 

V. t)eol 5-A|\t-A glóp-g^fc^ av\ -oéit) git óAoin, 

T)o tóspvó te feot-gut a féirh-gtiitnn 110 
1 scórh-guc te ceol-feinm céA-orh^ji fróe, 
T)om t>ói£, A|\ teotixvó *oon 5^615 An Cfiaoi. 



24 TMncx\, Attain if C^oince 

VI. *Oo bfieo'ó-fritng, *oo beo-gtnn 50 léi|\ mo ójAOi'úe 
5^c óf\U\c 1 gcóirh-teAóc te óéite T)íob 
Ó bójvoxMb a b|Aó5 tnbpe^c 50 -péit at)Laoi 115 
tTUf\ ójvo^ UófAn^ if t1éi"óe t>|vaoi. 

VII. fií ]:ób|\Aim cóóxMtn a cféite "ó-Aoib 

T)om *óeoin te tieol m^f if téifv a fiíorh, 
'tl^ f\ói-pit 51*6 leontngte x\ céitn Y^ n £^01, 
1f cóirh-te^fc jv.n $;corhU\nn 4 mém ip í. 120 

viii. Tlí lieot -oom ^n nóó^n but) céite *óí 

ón mt)óinn if ó f eoit-be^nn<Aib t)é^fu\ if t)^oi, 
TU ón óif\-tiof póf, if j:é,AC 5-Aó tií 
A\\ rhófvó^óc, a\\ ói^e, ^jt réite, a\\ x\oib. 

IX. T)o f\ó-óuif\i 5Cótri-tD|\oiT) f 1 ngéibeAtin cnx\oi 125 
ó^bxMt) r\A £óx)U\ f a C|\éin-f?i|\ t^it', 
'TU fpótl-ótitxMt) b|\ó-oóui|A m-Af éi|\gex\f fí 
tl-aó ctó a$ bit 1 ^córh-ófut *oo t)énuf í. 

tno t)nón, mo Ceoutnnse. 

TmSS. R.IA. J*L , JÍL, J??L ; M.M. xii, xciv. The text is 
L G. 24 N. 14 N. 15 

23 ~1 
principally from — - — 

VI. 

uC! is uruaj mo §UAis Oti gteotmom 

-Ajl OÁf SéAtDAIf buictél|t, 1. tTUC lAfltá ÓtlUIC ATI UOCAIft. 

[CAomeA-ó.] 

I. VJó ! if Cfiu^g tno guxMf ón gleo-bpoi*o 

He fMgbxMt X)Á\y x>o X)lÁt via bóijse, 130 
1 -ocúf a f\éime if léif\ ^n teon<vó 

1 SCJAÍC 6lb)|A éA^ AVl CfÓlflf. 



Se-AtfUíin Céicirm. 25 

II. If cpeAó 'f if c\\Á*ó -oÁ ó<áifvoit> corhguif 
Cio\\\\X)&t> cimt) if milte^-ó if móp-otc, 
ttlí-^S if 'oíogtxáit -co "óeonuig 135 

X>Á luóc 5-aoií if bío"ó5-A"ó t>pón-guil. 

ill. Utnuim SéxMn^if Cj\éin-rhif\ t^eojVAig 

1 scjiíó S^cf-An if te^s-A-ó -oom fóp-o-f-a, 

X)&tAt> t11|AC 1f C1|AC 1f CÓfVA 

1f AtmAt) tnlc fe tuóc an fóf\U\inn. 140 

iv. T)o b-Át^'ó ioc if btioóc n-A £ó*oU\, 
flí Ú15 peoitne peoij\ x\f\ rhóincib, 

1f cug ^n imte-Aóc cinnce-Aó if cóipneAó. 

v. U15 tm b-Áf bftáit-nirh if toeo-ginn, 145 

JZÁ via coittce 5-Ati ptnnn cnópMg, 
t)e^5 -ÁfA Laóc, 51*0 bte-Aóc -áp rnbóLaóc, 

1f "OO t>4in -A jVAt X)On -Af\ jM f?ÓX)-Alb. 

vi. Uus fé t>tnnne na ctnnne za\\ zóóa\\, 

Uti5 OAticLAtii txancjvAócA a\\ tipón-ftei'ó, 150 
U115 fcot "OxSirhe if boócÁin bfeoi'óce, 
1f rug >An óli^f\ 50 ci^órh^p a\\ cóipjt. 

vii. SuAíifán ^n guit 1 5CftJic 50 ceotrh-Aji, 

UéiT) 5^6 n-otnne jm ttnpf e c^p ceojvAirm, 155 
1f béiT) ón T)Coifc 5-An pof 5x\n fogtix\rh. 

Fin. 5 é ^f-S ulri "ocpé^n, mA|\ T)o tóipne-á'ó 

5fex\T)-pú , ó^fv if -Atóutnxvó 54Ó eoUMg 

If 5xM|\5-gniorh t)o 54Ó ^irmij\ t)^ peol-f uit 

T)'éif x\n íaoió 50 *oíte^c *oeo|Ax\ó. 160 



26 'O^nc-d, Arhttáin if Cá'oince 

IX. lotnt)^ tn^adorh gLAC-fváop ^teoice 

1f birm-got Af\ binfib f Af\ bójvoAib, 

1f q\UAg-boóc 5° St^tiAi-ó-frliuó 4f\ óorhf\omn. 

X. T)o-f\inne a t^fc láib *oo n^ bóitjub, 165 
t)ró 5AÓ eap 1 ngl^f ó feco-aiti, 
tTh-An-gol bíop 1 ngtit v\a pnótAó 
1f pAOi*óe tiA ton 'n^ foóc um nóna. 

xi. 1Tlo 6pÁt> n^ó tiáinij; ^ ei f pófxvó, 

1f s-Ati n<A *óíot -orcein *o-Á óórhtuóc, 170 
tTlo óf\e>Aó é ZAp leAp t>á tópfiArh, 
If mion fúit if rmb^ó Vi-a "óeoit) fin. 

xii. ÍTlo g|\e^-o^n ^n be^ng-án t)on rhójv-ftnl, 
íté mbíot) police if toMX) ^aó f?óif\ne, 
Vé-an Y^ n é^5 *oo-f\inne *oóit "óe, 175 

1f n-A céxvoca 1 n-é^5tnxMf -An ógrh-Aip. 

XIII. 'O'f-ág-Aib n-A evince ipÁ óeo-bfioiT), 

Í1x\ txÁijvo, nx\ 5t^irhe if n^ ^eocxMg, 
'S ní |AxMb b-AC-dó, nÁ -AimiT), n-Á oínrm-o, 
tl-á *Oj\e^m, X)Á X>yu&\\\ pjmn, n-áó póifpe^t). 180 

XIV. Ac-Áitn-fe péin p^on-1^5 peojMó, 

'S *oom óéib if ei^e^n beit -o^eoijce, 

Ac^ mo ó|\oi"óe ón fíof\-gol *oóitte, 

'S acá mo óoU\nn 50 cofAft<\ó ^ja bpeo'ó^'ó. 

XV. t)eit Via tofc t)om fofc ní fóbpAnn, 185 
tlí céi*o -oluige •oíom'ó-A a\\ mo "oeojvaib, 
Ap mo outfit ní *oúnc^|\ corhta, 
S *oo ón-Aoi mé an nró if t)ít *oon óóige^t). 



ÓeAtf\úin Céicinn. 27 

xvi. Uó! tno •óe-AOAifi if gpeA'OA'ó tno -ófóLAnn 

t)eit cap éif av\ feinrnt) beo "ó^m, 190 

ttlO f\AOt A ÓAOm-ÓO\\p 1 5CfÓÓ^|\, 

píojv-'óoó^ Tntte-Aóc if •oeojvA'ó. 

xvii. DfA^n-án t)e^t)^, Siuife if £eoij\e, 
p^t-rh-AC i-aj\U\ Cntnc x*n cóóxm^, 
Laoó tM *óix\n 1 rroi-Ait) via cójva, 195 

ÍD-ac n-A tixMnni|Ae tMipfi-firme ón ttlóCA. 

xviii. Ttopc m^|\ tiúg if cút m>Af\ órnfVA, 

> Oéi , o ó-Ailce x\fv v\a ^ce-Apxvó 50 corhtf\om, 

ttltuné-At saat p^ óoilé^ ój\óótxa 

1f com <moL j?á téinit) 50 mt>fió"ocuf\. 200 

xix. Lárh tapa a\\ náp t^t^vo tteit órma, 

te n-<Af\ cle-Aóc^'ó tieit AttAtfi 1 scorhj^c, 
Cof *oe^f ó mbít) ftaóc A|\ bf\ó5^i£>, 
U|\Olg 1 T>ZAÓA\\ <Af\ xMfCe-A|\ n.Áf\ fótMip. 

xx. pe^|\ m-á|\ tl-Aoife 1 n^riAOi if 1 nó|\Ait>, 205 
pex\f\ m-AjA OfC^|\ 1 scofc^fi nó 1 scorhtAnn, 
pe,A|\ a\\ glorm map $ ^ ^^ Wlófind, 
pe-A|\ 'jta* 1 ngAifce-At) 50 n-xMsne^vo teorh^m. 

xxi. yeA\y ^a mi|\e ip pa clifce f-An scorhLánn, 
tTI-ACAorh me^jvóx* ce-Atin-AfAó ceolrhap, 210 
pe-Ap mx\|\ gtixM|Ae jm "óu^if "o'ósAit), 
THot éi|\e<Ann *oo óéite nóóaip. 

xxii. t)f\ormcóift t>jv<\c if e-Aó feotc^, 

t)pormcóifv 0105^*0, cot^ ip cói|A-fte>Ag, 
bponncóijA XMÍA51T) if io"ó n-ójvóx*, 215 

1f t>fionncóif\ cut-Ait) 50 n-oipexvo x\n ótóoa. 



28 X)ÁnzA 9 Arhftáin if Caoince 

xxiii. T)o bío-ó xM^e tix\ tMSxMju: r)Á feotxvó, 

1f bfiditjie x>Á T)ce^5-Afc 'n ^ feotnjva, 

'S bx\ céim-le^fc n-A íiéi^fe ón ót-ag, 

1 n*oiAit) a \úA\(tA x>Á feo-o^ib. 220 

xxiv. tie fvíg Sac^aví if *oe^t) a corhguf, 
1f pe fíog^ib p\\e via pó'ot^, 
Ct^nn táftóxMg cÁitce 50 teojt fup, 
Síot mt)fu><\in if pi-At-rhxMcne eog<<\in. 

xxv. CU\nn cSéAtpA, Síot gCéin, Síot tTlójvó^ 225 
1f Síot 5Conóut)^M|A scfwt^rh^it scjuvód, 
Stioóc ^n je-AjVAtcxMg, av\ X)a\\\\ai§ 'p ^n 

ttóifcig, 
'S na tixMcme ó Óoif ÍTI^ó^n f ón gClóitng. 

xxvi. 5<\ot m-Ac tTluipif f-a ^iti|\ 1 n^teo-gum, 

Anmó<<yó^ó, Síol gCe-átLáig, Síol tlóig rhift, 
Iíu^caó T)o -gAX) bpvi-Aó n^ tDóinne, 231 
'S Í1A fttlxMg *o^|\ *óu>aí tXáile AV\ TÍIÓCA. 

XXVII. t)p^t^i|\ tlí riéilt if Uí 'Óorhn^iU, 

5^ot T)íte-<\f Sít ttUoil-rixv-rnbó f\i£>, 
t)p-Át-Ai|\ t)úfic4ig if tTlic f?eofixMf, 235 

'S tem' txaoif, ní C15 *oíom x* *ocóióim. 

xxvili. X)o rhx\i|A5 ní fruit ^óc m^UMju; f\e 5óiT)f\ifc 
1 n-A txMfce-At c-aja bex\nnxMti na bóóna, 
gut riA cuxMóe, mo ntj^f\, *oom *óóig-fe, 
1m ólu>Aif x>eif ní tie^vó *oo tópiuig. 240 



Óe-Atfúm Céicinn. 29 

xxix. geitc 4|\ btnte mé, piontixM'ó 50 jróitt mé, 
t)íof ^ja meifce, 1 n-eibifi n^ póice, 
T)o bí mrh Y^ n *° 1 £ f 1íl •o'ótáp, 
te n-^fi óxMtte^f mo *óaIc<\ if mo t>óó><\f\ 

UÓ! IS UHtJAg. 

[MSS R.I. A. -??- ; MM., XIV; King's Inns, No. 6. The text is 

Or. 20 

23 

principally from ■ . Four additional lines from King's Inns 

MS. will be found infra, Var. LecL] 

VII. 

cia An SA01 te semnueAn An óntnc. 

^3 A-ómotA-ó £41-05 tlí Ó0DCA15 map T>ei5-feA|i ceoit. 
['Oeibi'óe An Airxe reo.] 

I. Cm -An f^oi te feinnce^ft atí ófuiic, 245 

te n-íoct>A|\ neirh 50 nuxvó-Unc 
Uné £ojv<vó 5Uit-binn a clÁif\ 
tTUj\ ft^t ^mn f°S^F ti-opjjiin? 

II. tTlíióxVó m^oite 51AU, 1 n^Uvp 

tut UixMtrme<Aó a fhé-d|\ me^|A-b|\e^f 250 

5^ti éiftinn, m^|A if teóp tmn 
5^ti óeot féif-bmn x>Á femim. 

ill. Sío'ó^i'óe pfé-Arh-gt-Ati pojur^ó, 

X)a\k teac, if é xVóbopcAó 

nó Aongup le^f^ó ón tinti, 255 

T)^otgtif no 5F e ^r^£ suit-fcwn. 
IV. tMAti^ntiin za\k mot) mif\e 

nó Cfidij:cine x\n Cfuncif\e 

nó Aonguf tnAC An TXÁg-óA, 

SIaz aoX)X)a v\a tiex\UvónA. 260 



30 T)át\za, -ArhfvÁin if Caoince 

V. 5-Ati -Aon ne^ó, x>Á\\ ^ifirhe^f -dnn, 
T)o Úti<Ait "ooitbte T)é TXdn^nn 
tló -o'póifi ón ^m-f-Ain 1 te 
A*o-4mjMig cóiji n-A cjunce. 

vi. Uxvóg ó CobtAig, cjujt conqva, 265 

VUitne ittit pt\itif\ 5AÓ puinn, 
Cjutijt an óiuit f >An Ó0151U. 

vii. T)o-gei£> 5-dó f^oi 4 f^f-Arh óe, 

tTl-Afi feinne^f x\p 6eot óuifróe 270 

Si^njM fCxMt-rhex\|v -ocifum *oce 
T/fip-firm t^it-ge^t a t)óit)e. 

VIII. TXá rhcó, *o-á rhéin, *oá rh^ipe, 

tlog^ le&nnÁn óf\íóe Cuinn, 275 

An be^ngxSn pice ré^guinn. 

IX. U^if\ T)o tó, má'f f-AOgtAó r lrm > 
1f *oe-AíAt)tiigte |\em incinn, 
5-aíi é ní óxMtpe^m óoi-óóe, 
tl-Á |\é Aitge<A|A|\ ^on-oi-óóe. 280 

x. tTlo ónú if tno óifce-fe, -an pottAifie seAnarhxMl 
5|Mnn ! 
1f fiubtAó ftigte^ó 5t-An feinne^f 50 bte^óc 
*otúit-t)inn 



SeAtpúw Cémnn. 31 

50 ttitrhAp cjutifv-rheAn £f\itip-óeAju; £ftAir-óiuin 

ptnnn, 
50 curhfiA clifce $An rhilteA'ó ^An rheAfiugAt) 

puinc. 

C1A Atl SA01. 

[MSS. R.LA. b 4 5 , *-, ^, jlj., j»-; MM., II., IX., 

X.,XIV. ;T.C.D., H.4,5; Brit. Mus. MSS. Egerton, III. (from 
which stanzas V. and VI. are quoted by O'Curry, M. & C. vol. III., 
p. 215). This piece was published by Hardiman, Vol. II., p. 378 
Stanza IX., which is omitted is most copies, is supplied from R.I. A. 
90 

and T.C.D., H. 4, 5. In the latter MS. it comes immediately 

M. 16 ' J 

after stanza VII. The title is taken from H. 4, 5 and the text 

23 ~1 
principally from _— — - 

M. 16. J 

VIII. 

F^1í)t)TiéA5AC ATi SAOgAt SO. 

C\*5 SeAtfAÚn Céicmn x\n cotÚAiftle feo *oo mtiAOi riitnnueAfvÓA -óo 

fóm. 

[AthfiAii]. 
I. pAi"ó-bf\éA5Aó An fAogAl f o if riÁ tiurhttng *oó, 285 
5e^|\|\ ttéAjVAf nA f éA*oA f o ónuAfuigip x>ó, 
ílí puil LÁ céAf\mA a$ Aon-neAó 5i*f\ buAn biAf 

beo, 
Aóc m-A|A X)lÁt éA"ocf\om opAOti-gtAf an uaij\ 
tMop nót). 

ii. £éAó, cája gAt> CAefAf\ 'f a ófuiA'ó-ttui'óeAn cptóig 
TU t1éf\o óuif\ té tAf At) f uAf í ^n ílóirh, 290 
tlÁ SéAjAtAf tttóféAóCAó te a mbuAi*ócí gteo, 
T)Á ngeilteAt) An éAf\óip, An uaija tM beo. 



32 TXánca, Arhjváin ip C^oince 

ill. ó •o'é^siwo na Cf\éin-f?i|\ t)0 óUxm-ó fíof f\orh^irm, 
1f 5-An fpéif 1 5céimib n^ scjuixvó-Laoó ó*o, 
tlí fruit éipe^óc 1 n-Aon-neAó x>o ftu^g ^n 

C|\A0g4it rhói|\, 295 

Aóc m^ gféin-gxMt ^n néitt-óe^\tx\, stuAifpt) 

x\|\ tó. 

IV. tTlo pc&At *otnc, a fpéif\-t>e^n, if f tuif\c-rmn fnót), 

maoite if b|\óin, 
Y\Á *oé4ncx\f\ te-AC é^gtiAó nÁ tMitt rnop mó, 
1f b|\é^5-Aó *oo f céirh-f e if ní bux\n í, im "óóig. 300 

v. tlí fuil -dóc c$é 1*0 éx\*OAó, m^f mu^|A tMop "o'óp, 
'S-Ati iDé-Ag-rhAC-At TXAOjv-tMitce, vá U4iftit)e 1*0 

■óóig, 
'S-an léinit) gté-git ná 1*0 gu>An.doi£> pjióitt, 
tl-áf an 5C|\^ot)-t)-Ann^ pé-Acaó'na n^tuxMfige-ánn 

fCflÓt). 

VI. Hó 'fAti b^ot-rh^fc a £)j?é4ÓAnn cú Uxmc CfiT) 

ftóg, 305 

tló f^n T>40j\-tiACA X)éAX)Mp n^ó C|\u<Ailtige^nn 

fnó"ó, 
1 n-^on-f-Aipon éxvoaig in^|\ mu4f\ tM*o f ó1 r c > 
Cjiéxvo fin «aóc tMOffuvó nó UAtUMge-Aóc ppóif\c. 

VII. tlí ftnt ^óc C|\é 1*0 ti&at zatía Ap fnuAt)-gn^oi 

^n fóif , 
tló vo b-Aot-te-Atis-Ai'ó glé^fc^ ófv tu^imnige ^n 

5tó n , 310 

'S&n ó^orh-te^CA ^ja gné "ó-At-A «An gtMit gfiíf-tieo, 
tló f-Ati *oéxVoó4i lce gté-geM, m^|\ buáitjri'óe 1 

SCtót). 



Se^tfúin Céicitm 33 

viil. II ó itif t\a tn^ot-gt^c^it) tné^jv-UA^ le' tipu^igci 

fló inf íia féirh-t^oigtib ^éAZA te' mbu^itcí 

x\tl f\ÓT), 

. 1 n-Aon-ótnt) *oo*o ó^orh-óo^p r>Á u^ibpige 
•óó, 315 

1f ní fuiL aóc C|\é i n-^on-fe^óc '|\An cpu-AiU 
•óx\oinne ó*o. 

IX. 1p ní fruit aóz Cfé i*o óéib óAfCA avi "OUAiUn óifv, 

Y\Á 1T) éAT)&n ge^t fAéi"ó-gtdti ^f\ fnuxvó avi -aoiL 

Í1Á 1 bpé^ftA *oo ól^on-pofc me^|A-ó|\u^it) Fi$w 

f\eoit), 
tlá i*o ó^ol-rh^tA néAZA m^ fuiAmín f\óin. 320 

x. 1f é x\n cé óf\utmg QaKa if x\ fluAig-fíot mó|\, 
X)o ótJifi fcéirh ^fi An scjié pn m^f\ UMiúmíT) 

-OÓ1Í), 

5up teif pém if péi*oifv a rhu^jvbtn-óe tóV)A\\\z. 

xi. é<\5jMit) ha tiéifc inf tiA cuAtiCAoib ceo, 325 

é-A5fMi*o An é^ntxMt *oá ttixMtnnige *óói£>, 

&A5JM1T) VIA ZfiéAT)A 1f V\A bUxMÍCÍ bÓ, 

'S 5^6 fpfé ónmc, T)x\fi péi*oif\x\ Luxvó "óíob beo. 

XII. é-Agp-AiT) ^n C^ef^jAf 50 pú ^n ftfog móif, 

&Aj;tMi*o tuóc pé^fC-A if cúijAuí fóig, 330 

&A5JMIT) tuót éigin nA rmúitcí tnófi, 
1f &A5JM1T) tuóc xtéAn^A wa bpúncx\oi fcóip. 





34 TMnc-A, Arhjvám if CAomze 

xiii. é^5jMi*o tuóc b|\éise ip búruAoi óifi, 

é^sp-AiT) tuóu cjvdoir if Cfunfcín x/ót, 
é-A5p-Ai*o tuóu cféi'óe^nAif ip guAnAoi jióin, 335 
1f é^5jMi*o ttióc T)éig-t)e^íAC n^c *oubAif\t 
fUAtfi 50. 

xiv. éAgp^it) ^n *ouine ao^za if An cfuiAg-nAoi'óe 05, 
Oasjmit) nA ctéifug Y via uuACAig Leo, 
6^5^1*0 *oo óéite if *oo rhúijuiín *oeoit, 
1f é-A5^i|A-fe péin, T)Af\ mo cubAf, ní 50. 340 

XV. An uaij^ éA5|?Aifi-fe, péAó teAC, An t)UAt TíAOit) 

topón ; 
ClAonpM'ó *oo 6t^on-*oe^c 50 nuAi^neAo cjAón, 
t)ut) t)éif cine^ó c'éAT)An 'p *o° gpuAt) aja tí An 

ptnóit, 
1p Cféi5]:iT) "oo óéA'opvóA a muAi|Vbf\íg póf. 

xvi. tlí bu-ó téi|A "ótnc-re téAf beAg *oÁ fuAfiAige 
a\\ tó, 345 

1f ní ttéAf\A éipceAóc *oo ótuAf níop tnó, 
tlí t>u*ó fpéif teAt Aon tDotAt) T)o 6uxM"ó ^01*0' 

*OéAg-£)lAf ní t>éi"ó it) teAn^Ait) if tjuiAg bfiíg 
An f ceoit. 

xvii. tTlÁ téi5peAf LeAC t)éAl BAf a tluAi-ó if *ooirhm 

CÓfC 

Hó féi*ó-teACAin Sléibe AlpA if ctuiAi'ó-tugin 
|Aeoi*ó. 350 

Ufé géAf\-lArAif\ ójiAob-'óeitAS, 51*6 muAf An 
piAn óT), 

Tli T)éAncA|\ teAC éAjnAó nÁ piAfAOi-o rhóp. 



ée-Atjuiin Céionn. 35 

xvill. tlí tei^e-ap te-AC céif\fe r\Á cúifín fjAóitt, 

TiÁ f ao\\-X)\kaz SAn éipe^óc, X)Á\\ cnu^f tngif póf , 
Aóc óatmó, n^j\ f péif teac, -dn u^ija tMf toeo, 355 
1f téine 'n^ fiéAtMó nó pu^|A-f c^oitueo^. 

XIX. t3é-A|\t-A|\ cú te cé^tjv<\f\ x\f\ guxMlníb it> f\óirh, 

lf sté^fp^iT) "otiic pétn te-dtMit) pu^-óaoil 

•oórhxMn ; 
&T>éA\\Air> tuóc t'é-AgnxMg 45 C|\u^*ó-óaoi *oeof\, 
u Cuif\ Cf\é tnjiti ; Cfiéxvo é -a 511Ó tuA? rríof 

mó?" 360 

xx. Uf\éi5£iT) T)o g-Aot cú if twó cjuiAg cjioi'óe teo, 
1éi5pi*o tzú 1*0 -don^ 'j\Ati uxMg pdoi ^óT), 
Uiocp-AiT) péifce sé^jvd vía -ocu^mb-Aoi it) 

óorh^if\, 
S T)o-gé^nxMT) o|\c pé^f c^\, if but) qiu^itti*óe avi 

XXI. ttl^f 'oéi'óe-AtixMge *oo óéite nÁ tú, a ingeAn 

óg, 365 

X)o-gé^nA f é 1 n-e-AgmAip *oo gtj^itní cóija 

'S AT>éA\\A 50 béxvocforn, mÁ f muxMnige^nn ojac ; 

" CéAt) be^nn-Aóc téi-f e ! T)o 6ii^i*ó f í fAórh-Airm." 

xxii. péAó T)o óftfoó T)éi-óe^n^ó, ^n sti^if 1 1*0 *óóig, 

tTlA|\ é^sjMp cú, if 5éi|\-t)|\eit ^n Lu-din p^oiT)' 

óorh,Ai|i, 370 

TM *océigi|A-fe 1 bpéxMiCxMti), ip cjuiAg An ójaíoó 

ÓT), 

1f C|\éi5e^n *oíiin *oé^g-^t^í\ if bu^n f íof -gtóip. 
xxiil. Af téi^-te^s^fc pém T)uiu if t>u^I rxaoib 

5Ót>A1i, 



36 TXánc-A, Arhfiáin ip Caoince 

T)éAt1 ^AOÚA^ T)0-bé^f A 50 bU^n TMOlb f CÓf 

Stóif, 375 

TiÁ h\\éA^ÚA^\ tx\ te \)éAC&\t> An vlaX>a\^ níop 
tnó. 

xxiv. ScéAt be^5 s^n éipe^óu T)o óu^txMge^f fórh^c, 
50 rméin toeAó *Ó1 péin ce<A6 'jm 11 Citáin- 

gfurm-tó, 
1 n-^ mbéi'ó fe^t 50 céAS^fú-A fUAirhmge-Aó 

fógAó 
te céAóu *oon r|Aé^n-fcoi|\m f *oon \\ua-6- 

gAoic rhóif. 380 

XXV. UU15 pém 5An géillexvó t>ot) uaiU, níop mó, 

"OéAti 5é^|A-^it|AeAó-Af pét) peACxyo if cjui ai*ó- 

gníorh tój\, 
1f é cé^í\mA ^Aó Aon-geine, An uxMf\ caoi beo. 

xxvi. SmuxMn fém aji n^ cpé^óc^.b ptiAip CjAíofc 
cói|A, 385 

1f CAbxMf *oé^f a 1 n-éif\ic a rhti^i|\-pi^n *oó, 

A tTIAOt-ÚfAOtgte, A KAOm-'SlACA 1f CflÚ x\ 

cjAOi"óe A|\ *ocóf , 
A5 fiéi"ócex\6 ólo.nne QaVa a? cfuixvó-fnai'úm 
bj\óin. 

xxvil. Cf\é avi X)Á Apfc^t T)éA$ %An ópu^f cpoi'óe a^ 
*oórhAn, 
'S 5^6 ní"ó A*oé^|tA An n^orh-e^UMf t)o ttuvi'ó 
Cfíofc fiorh-Ainn. 390 



Se^tfúin Céicinn. 37 

go f\AOftjMix> tTUc T)é tú, 50 mti^jA bícó 1*0 

•óóig, 
5^"ó T)é trío'ó fé 45-AC, 'f nÁ putting 

corh^p'. 
xxviii. T)é^n -ofiéimi|\e te' fiéfo-pifi an ófw-ai'ó-ftige 

f\ótfu\c, 
U|Aéit>eAn^f, T)éi|AC ip úfuixMgcí beoil, 
DéAg-oit>j\e £>é<\p le&z m^p ti^U\ige tóin. 395 
A5 "out T)'féx\óAin ^n cpléitie pin mu^f\-,doi|vo 

Sióin. 

XXIX. A gé^5 ge^t *oo ppé^rhp uit D^itii x\n ítíog, 

'S-ó c-Aorh-óne^f ^An aod rhe^p ip ,áilne gn-aoi, 

5^1"Ó t'-AOíl-ltlAC T)0 Cé^fxVÓ Afl C-ÁUXdljAÍ, 

Aja p-AojvAt) a\\ péAnzA\Y) r\& ti-áice CÍOf . 400 
xxx. Do gjt<vó t'-Aon-rhic x>o céAjwó te hiA]uiAi§e i 

tlÁ téi5 pinn i tiséittexxnnxMo T>iA&lAi l óe 1 

Acc *oé<Ati T)éi|\c vá\\ jmojuvó, <a *Óé ófioi"óe, 

*oo óU\nn ; 
Amén ! 50 nx)éAnzA\\ a n-MWMiitiro x\rm ! 
pAlt)t)néA5AC Att SAOgAt so. 

[MSS..RIA.,.*». -»,.»._?L,_», _».. *.-?L, 

G.3 1.18 1.43 K. 20 L. 24 L. 32 N. 3 0.15 
TT^o» ÍT^o ; T -CD.,'H. 4, 30 ; M.M., xiii, lxxii. The above text 

93 23 

is principally from w , -f-^Vo stops at 1. 340. The ceAtigAt is 

V_/. Ot7 -Li« Oíi 

93 93 93 

omitted in =— -^— , etc. ; but it is found in , , and M.M. 

N. 3 ' I. 43 0. 39' 

23 

xiii. — - — stops at 1. 328. The poem is ascribed to Dr. Keating 
O. 15 

23 ^3 

in *" , and M.M. xiii. »^-- was written by tmiceÁl 0$ ll-d 

ton^Áin, who gives 1600 A.D. as the date of its composition.] 



38 X)ÁnzA, ArhjvÁin if C^oince 



IX. 

tÁ t)Á HAt)AS Ati rriATOin. 

mAjibnA-ó Cije-AjinA tia nT)éifeAc .1. SeAJÁn 05 mAC ge^Aitc, 

(■o'áas 1. mAjiuA, 1626.) 

[Cx\oitieA-ó.] 

I. t^ *oÁ f^b^f -aja tnxMTnn 50 jMti^ó 405 

Aja *Ófvtiim X)&)\\X)\\eA& 1 t>uaca f\e SUvinge, 
1f tné 1 n-tixM^ne^f 50 cjUMg cnÁit>ce, 
Jtif ttnc of\tn av\ coifi6im zÁm&t. 

II. tnupcUMtn péin ótn né^l Via 'óeÁgAi'ó fin, 

'S T)o-óonn^c UAim 1 mbjuMó Ati jirexVóA 410 
ttlAig'oeAn rhíont-A niAtfi-geAt nÁ\pe*\ó 
As t)inn got, if a timcinn CfiÁi"óce. 

III. T)fuiiT)im téi 50 X)éAX)lA twia, 

1f beAnnuigim "ói 50 jmoi 1 u*ó pSilxe^ó, 

1f j?iAj:fungitr« fcéAtA T>on bé £>LÁit-git, 415 

CÁ Yi\At ófv CjAMtt An óMb pÁinneAó. 

iv. p^e^5fAf mé 50 céiltró aáijvoeAó 

T)o gtó|A ge^n>ArhAit fe^cAtfiAit fvanrh-oeAju;, 
gup noóc *OArh a fc^ix) ^n cfÁt jmw, 
1f pÁt a 511a 1 n*oitJ if 1 mb-Á^ó. 

v. 1f mé CUo-ón^, -áf fl, 50 cÁftfiAp, 

Ón cuinn a rmeAf 50 be^óCA UÁ11A5, 
1f tné aja bAOif A^ CAOine,A*ó An Áifrof?ip, 



420 



&eAt\\úm Céicinti. 39 

VI. Anoif |\e f e^ccrh^in if jmtm mo fcáif\t)íot, 425 
1f me ón cpiutxat ^n tút, g^n txSú^, 
p,A epilog trTfMoi'ó |\e c^oiti) Cnuic Ame, 
1f jm soifc mo óAo^ 1 n-th£> TLátaó. 
VII. Uu^r ^A]\\\A6z a\k &UaX) ^ClÁi\\e, 

1f -Af fú*o 50 *Oúntiof &n T)ig*ó^, 430 

Af\ Óéif ÓojiAinn, f -djt Óoj\f\-ónoc ÍTleá'ófrA, 
'S ^fi "Ooijvo-liop n-A t)ómne txáme. 

vill. Sfiut Se-<\gf\A, Cnoc ITleAóA, if 1fÁr\Am, 

Sí"ó tleAnnc^, U^rh^n, 1TUn,Ainn, if t)e^n^\f, 
*Oún Ce^mn^, Afvo tTl^ó-A, if Ajtdinn, 435 
tT)x\g 1oúa, tTUg TH^oin, if 1TUU\inn, 

IX. SU-Ab 5^rh, SUaX) tix\ rnUan, Sti^ti t)>ágn^ 
SUM mif, Sti-At> sCjaoc, if SUaX) SUSng^, 

Stl-áfc CAOin, Stl^£> íf\, 1f Sll-At) AfVO-áÓ, 

tTUot-ónoc 5r^ 1tie 1 f Sléit)ce ó mt)^fifit^, 440 

X. CtiAti T)op, T)ún 5Cf\oc, if T)ún sCLáipe, 
T)ún 1-Afc, T)ún ti^g, if pojic t^if^e, 
C^ipe^t, tlÁt ítdjMnn, ip Cadnn cS^ite, 
gle^nn Gáom, "5^ e ^ nri Cfidoitte,if gte-Ann £áif e. 

XI. ílí pint bxMle, be^t^ó, nó be^fuiA, 445 

ftMfC nó té^n^ nó bé^L Át^, 

Uí|\ nó conn, ponn nó p^n-LAg, 

tl^ó^f fí|Ae-Af t)on pionn-rhtng pSit feo. 

XII. tlí ptnl T>fitnm nó "oionn nó jMfAó, 

pexvó nó ffuit nó ucc tm xiijvoe, 450 

tló CAUvó-pofic pán rntMnt!)^ mtMn-'btns, 



40 TXánc-A, Arhfiiin if C^oince 

xiii. gttJxMfim -ooti puatg fin im f^ifv-fvioú 
go tiBoóxMtt, mo teon^"ó lÁitpeAó ! 
go 5CtJx\t^ nu-Att-got if ^ÁjAt^ 455 

tTlion-Cflóig, if tinn ttfióm tm trib-Átxvó. 

xiv. Aitfif TMtfijM, x\ t><An£UMt rhinU* 
ttltnnce rh-AOfVó-A AoX)t>A ÁUMrm : 
Cm tie ^n cé fin if éAóz Át>X)Al 
¥& óftíó CxMf if Ai|\c if ÍYleÁt>X)A ? 460 

xv. U|\iac v\a nTíéife^ó ^n j\ao|\ fe<Ágrh-A|\, 
Aon-óú óún^xMic^ó othgit) T>Áife, 

ClMt ^ ^cofnxMtti ^|a "óoó-A|\ a n^rhxvo. 

xvi. T)íon ^nftfMrm if ce^|Atn>Ann *o^irhe, 465 

Sci>At via jM^pc if ca\\a via mb]\ÁtA\\, 
*Oíot n-A mboór ^ óoj\p tn^f\ úájaI^ 
£Á óurhT)Aó 'óoóc ótoó ip ct^p^ó. 

xvii. *Oo fc^oil 5-AÓ fcoti coifc aví ti^if feo, 

1f móp e^f bA\t> nA %ceA\\\\?)AC -oc^finoóc, 470 
Y\a troeopxvó, na ngeoc^ó 'f n ^ ng-ÁfiLáó, 
1f 5-AÓ óinrhiT) a^ gleo-got gáittte^ó. 

XVIII. 5|AO*0-gÁ1f\ 1f OÓ^n A^ X)Á]\T)Art, 

1f -Á1fV0-14ÓC-AÓ 1 ^CtMt) 54Ó oÁinag, 

1f T)iomb^it)e^ó se^fián nx\ ^l^irhe, 475 

Se^g^n Ó5 if IÁ teoin T>on váw peo. 

xix. yiÁ óeo-bj\oiT> ax:á\-q 6^X)At> if Á\\^A\t), 
1f Laoió pedjvó^ ^Á t>eA\*CAt) r\A t>áía, 
VTlnÁ triple 45 tu-At-got ^ja fftÁi*oib, 
1f >Af\ f?éinn tí)tmfmig jrfiít an z-á\\X>aó. 480 






Se<\t|\úin Céiuinn. 41 

XX. Oipnic C|\éan via tiéif\e-Atin -Áitne, 

T)o ctcróxvó cexMin if 5f\ex\rm -a s-ájvo^, 
Uáj\U* -oe^t^ 50 TíxMnseAn 'r\A X)eÁpr\Am 9 
1f ní 5-A|\ j?of\CAóc *oo f\oócAin 1 rm-Án *oi. 

XXI Scpitiirm téip -o'éif %aó Ág-A, 485 

*Oo gAti a óexvo, 51*6 le^fc ^n IÁ fin, 
tút -A Laoó t)o óLdon x\ 5nÁit-óex\f, 
1f me^tim^ a mítexvó ^Á rh>Aoite X} 9 fÁfAíT>. 

XXII. T)'íf^ 1 $ ^oittne^p fíogfuvó ÍTI^ige, 

A fUxMjAce^f, -A n-uxMlt 'p 4 n-xúne^r, 490 
5^ti tuóc xMCif >A|A pMtóe nó a\\ yAn-lAj; 

Y\Á lUÓC CUínxMf A\\ tutÓ^ltt Á\\VA. 

xxiii. UéiT) An u^ifle ti-At-A 1 mtxá&vó, 
]?U4if\ ^\n féile cénn f\e j?<ánAi"ó, 
T)o "óojAóuig xMi |\é *o'éif tieic lin *oi, 495 
1f "oo rhúó rrixMfe ^aó le^jrA ip ^aó -ájunp. 

xxiv. Cá T)fuiim An-a n<a c-Aipfc ón cf>Á|\-t!)|A0i*G, 
1f Ttinn Cpú a\\ scufv óúit pe 5^1^, 
T)éipg 1 n-é^cfiuc ón ^f\bx\ó, 
1f x\|A SLi^t) gCii^ *oo óuai"ó An tMijte. 500 

xxv. Pjvaoó An eAp\\A\-$ be^riAit) f\e tmjvaóc, 
tlioc n^ pearm ip ^e^lt pe %ÁX)At), 

AtlpVÓ CUxMtl A% Ct»Af\54111 ^ptfVAÓ, 

A5 peic x\n fcéil *o'éip ^n cxúpc peo. 

xxvi. Ceot r\A n-é^n ní léip 'vAn ÍY\á\\za, 505 

f^ut nA -&CUAC im ótUxMf ní jvÁmis, 
ttnt> cpé c<AlrhAin rri fxMCim 50 fcpápMin, 
1f Laóc 45 btnn ní ptnt 5-An cp-ÁgAt). 



42 TXáncd, Arhjváin if C^oince 

xxvil. ÍTlo &Atdtv-goirh, mo rh^ifs, mo tyváit-nirh, 

íTlo bjAecó, mo £>eo-toc, if m'^rhltixvó, 510 
An CfUAt-pUMt *oon i^|\t-puit Ágrh-Aip 
1 n-úij\, if a -óiíitóe pÁ t^tvadf. 

xxvni. AcÁim T)e^cfVAó *oeAtt> ón -oÁit f eo, 
peofx\ó p^fvó^r ci^rhAfi caIVóa 
C-Áfrh^ cútxMt, 'f if piu m'^-ót)^, 515 

1f ní ftnt t)>a éif T)om f céirh aóc p cá\\, tiex^. 

xxix. Cm -Ati |moi te fío|A-óu|A n^ p ^ijv-óe^f c ? 

ClA T)0-t)ei|l UxM'Ó *OUx\J\á ^f\ *óÁncAi£>? 

Ci^ impe-Af Ap pi"óóitl 50 jmúaó, 

fló &£ a mbí f tnm 1 risturm-tie^c a^ t^ipttf ? 520 

xxx. C14 T>o-geib fpó|\c 1 gceot na gct^ifife^ó? 
Ci-A -Ag a bpuit T)úit 1 tút nó 1 LÁrh^ó ? 
Cm tósjMf -Ati óeo fo x>Á\\ n-Áfi&óz, 
ó T)'é-A5 -Áfi r\-Aor\-leArmÁn Uáróe? 

XXXI. SAoi|A-pe^pfoóm^5^nT)o6m>A > 5-ón'o^i|\T)íot, 525 
tléi"ó j?Á rh^oin if aaoin pe cÁijvoib, 
pex\f\ it-óle^jMó t)o hoite-<vó aj; ScÁt^ig, 
Uf éin-pe-A|\ 'n^ ju\i5 cpéite if cá'ófrAóc. 

xxxil. 5te^cAi"óe ^f 1 6 U1 P ce-Atin-Ai'óe x\ft oáifvoe, 

'S náp óui|A me^f a\\ ó^fc x\& a\\ óÁpcaib, 530 
'S T)o Spoi-o-'óíoUvó n^ cormxM"óe tán-a 
'S 5^0 e-A^-A'ó x\|\ a mbío'ó cftann fráLAip. 

xxxiil. Le téif\-rheAf x\f x\ g^otCAib ní tjiÁócjMT), 
'S rrí UtAi a óped'0 a n-u-difte ÁifufieAó, 
tlíof gtuxMf puit uajmI c^|\ páile 535 

*Oo £AtUMb nÁ T)on g^nvait) SpÁine, 



ée-Atfúin Céicirm. 43 

XXXIV. TVfUlt Je^f-AlCdÓ WA t)4flflAÓ X\A 1iÁtA f 

X)on X)\UAn-fml f *oon 1^|\t-ptnt, T)on C^t-puil, 

gé cÁim 1 t>jM*o 1 gce^f x>Á n-Á^eAm, 

ílí fuit pftforh-ftnt Cfiít) n-Aó cÁif\nic. 540 

xxxv. A CfAíofc, óf cú 1oj\d, -áitim, 

tn^p fc-Aoiti|A 5^6 TMoinpe, *o^it-fe 

T)<á -Anm-Ain, a ó^jta, ^av\ ó^ifoe, 

TMon n^ n-xMnge^l if pe^voAin if pÁ-opA^. 

CeAn^Al* 

ScAo\t\\e SeAriA]T> if T)nom4 &r\A m<A *ocÁini5 

Cfu-Alt 545 

5ot if m^i|i5 1 mbxMlcib n^ mbuinne-Án t>piAl, 

Sc^oitne \bA\\\\y-poriA óxMtce n-A ^cocÁn n^fM^n 

Oó, mo tjAeigiT), mo "óeACAip, ^av\ aúa^ ^Ain r>eA\\- 

VpÁtAip ixvo ! 

* These four lines are only found in R.I. A. pr-rv 

[MSS. R.I.A. >7 ?*-; M.M., X.; T.C.D., H. 4, 14; H. 5, 10; 
0.15 

Clongowes MS. ; King's Inns, No. 6. The Clongowes MS. is the most 

correct. The colophon reads, ComÁr- jrojtifcal-oo rcjiioo, June 6th, 

1706. Another good MS. is H. 4, 14, written by Caúaí ITIac 

SeA|ijiAi j, 1685, A.D. H. 5, 10, is the most ancient MS., having been 

written, according to O'Donovan, between 1630 and 1650, on the 

Continent. It omits 11. 447-450, but agrees in general with Clong. 

MS. and H 4, 14, though the orthography is not so good.] 



44 X)Ár\ZA f Arhjtám tf Caoince 

X. 

a éme rhAOivóA íia rriAoitinn rnt>Ati. 

[ATrijtÁn]. 

I. A Cif\e mAO]\t>A tiA tn^oilinn tntwi, 

S^otHut) t>o tnéi^e^f jmjvaoih *oo t>lÁt, 550 

11 -a £éA$4 tM tpéine X)o tM <^|\ T)0 ycÁt } 
X)o \\ao\)A'ó a bppéAiriA if T)o ó|\íon a bpáf. 

II. U15 féi*oeA*ó féic|\e^ó x>o g^oit ha n-^*o, 

T)o téijvgoiD T)o téx\5^, t)o fc^oileAt) >a pSt, 
AoU**ó *oo n,<\orh-cj\uit if cíOf\-mit) ^fc, 555 

Ót> é-A'OAn gté-ge<Al 50 *ocí T)o íftÁcc. 

III. ITIo léAti-fA 4 c-Aorh-inif x\oit!>irm ^Áit, 

S^otixvó t)o CéA'opAi'ó if T)o £rí f o 1 rmxSn, 
1p Cfiéimedó cpé^óc^ó ^t^oi-fe, 4 gfuvó, 
1^f\ n-é^5 r\& ^c^orhc^ó le\\ fnAoit)e-<yó T)u 
óáp 560 

iv. Síol éit)i|\ óéifcfrinn, -oo bí inf x\n Sp^in, 
péitionn t)é-á|A|\^ ip thAOi n^ mtxáf\c. 
Luóc téimte téime^rm 5^0 utye c^ifc, 
l>AOójtA*ó ón Véit-óloió ón t,x\oi ip ón itUig. 

v. Síot tléilt if f-AOf-xMcme íp s^n ^i|\*o, 565 

5^n 5éitte<At) ó éi|\inn, g^n óíof , s^n 6Ám, 

5^ti (léi'ócedó cléipe if 5^11 pp ^ja -ó^irh. 

vi. Luóc *oé-Aric-A TXAOnn-AóCA x\fi f\aoiti£> cÁ\t>, 

CéiU tiA céif e if tnog^oi n^ n*o^n, 570 

1 n-^on-fe^óc 1 n-é^cfuicir 1 n-^oin-óex\f gn-Ác, 
1f LaoójUM'óe téi*orhe-Aóx\ t^oigfe x\fv t^p. 



Se^tf\úin Céicinn. 45 

vii. ITlo léifi-ópe.Aó-i\A éifie, T)0-óím *oo óneá'óA, 

'S cú i nséioe^nn peine 5^n íoc-ttnb taÁg^, 
'S ^Ati bju\on 1T> féicib -o'fuit fíog a\\ áijvo 575 
Aóc |AéA*o beA£ <\f\ éigin *oo f\íog|\Ait) avi tl^ip. 

VIII. 'S ^ úé.Aó A'oéA^Amn *oo "óíon-óoime^*o, 
Céile Cntnc Céme ip cpíóe tTl^it, 
X)é)t>eAr\&óx: pémne ótoi nn e ÍTHlexvó e^rp-Áin', 
tl^ nAo-ó^ péi-ólim 'f ^ fíol ^n Ulirh. 580 

ix. Cji^ob^ T)on óaoIac if T)íop5^ *o'p^f, 

Uaja éif a bpné*\rhCA tep pfiic 54Ó bÁ\\\K, 
SdO|\-feipeAf\ fé^gxMnn 5^\n óU\oine 1 gceAfvo, 
5^n bnéij;, 5^\n b^of|A<M-ó, 5-dti fcíf , s^n p cÁt. 

x. p\ot-óoin if ppAOÓT)^ t)o bí 1 n-^g 585 

Afi péi*óe, ^|\ x\ob"ó^cc, -A|\ rhíne mni, 
tlÁn léig ^|\ Aor\-ó\\ut 5-aíi T>íol 'n^ Láirh 
Aon-ne^ó \\e íiéi^fe *oo fíol\\At> At^irh. 

xi. Cx\otjv<\ó 1 ^céitl if 1 n^n^oif ip 1 nsjuvó 

1 ivoéipc 1 rro^onn^óu if 1 rmíon aja -ó^irh 590 
th\ogU\ó 1 ngé^p-Án ip 1 n5rnorhjv<yó n-xlig 
Cipe-Aóc n^ céilte 'f -a mbro 1 Láirh. 

XII. tTlún |\éi"óe péi'ólim, ip píojA x\n jvá*ó, 

T)o riAorh-toil T)é mrhe 1 troAoifipe AZÁ f 

tC^ortiAncAó cléijAe if píojv-boóc-dn, 595 

t)Mi"ó Ati pé^|\-go|\u Pí\éAttiAinn peo jmoi 50 bjvát. 
a éme riiAOtvóA. 
[MS. T.C.D., H. 5, 10. In the MS. this piece follows U -oÁ 
jtAbAf. It commences towards the bottom of p. 12, without any 
title, but on the top of p. 13, before 1. 7 of poem, we read T)ocuúift 
Cei , the rest of the heading being worn away.] 



46 TXánc-A, Arhttáin if CAomze 



XI. 

CAoin tíí pein, a tttnne Gcnór. 

[nAnnAijeAcu rhófi An Airce reo.] 

I. C^om tú £éin, <d "ótnne boióu, 

T)o ó^oinexvó 6>áió coifc t>o fflit, 
tlá CAOin inge-Ati, nÁ caow rriAC, 
*Oif\ cuife<yó jm £>jvac 1 n-«if\. 600 

II. CAom ^ja *octif T)o peACAi) féin 
tie trout itif An ^c\\é t>ot) óojip. 
C^oin, ó'f ei^e^n *ouic -a níoc, 
An pÁif -puAifi Cjtfofc x\|\ *oo fon. 

III. CAom ^p puitin^ a^ T)o fcát 605 

CfíofC, *oo óe^nnuig aáó 1 scjtAtin 
Cx\oin a t>Á t^irh, 'f a t>Á óoif, 
'S a ófioi"óe *oo fcoitc An *oaU. 

IV. Haó-ai'ó cáó tnte pÁ fe^ó, 

tlá cAoin ne^ó X)Á ^aóai'ó u-aic, 610 

Se^ó a^ leA^A-ó fvixMri 1 scfé, 
T)oitge "ótnc tú péin, a tfui^ig. 

V. &p ófuittng Lárh "óe^r ^n cS<AOifi 
1*oif\ rh-AC-A, mn-Aoi if pp, 
Tlí ptnt x*5xMnn cjuj^g nÁ rpéAn, 615 

Y\aó \\AÓAit> uairm TD'é^s ^ 1 ^ f iri - 



&eAtpúm Céicirm. 47 

VI. DÁ t>fA\CteÁ A TlT)eAÓA\'Ó U-A1C, 

YT\a\\ azáw via ftuxMg feo fúinn, 
U^f\ a n*oe^ó^i*ó |aixmti 1 scfié, 
X)o ó^oinpeÁ tú péin a\\ t>cúij\ 620 

VII. Af ftéib Sióin, LÁ via ftti^g, 
t)u*ó *oui£>e nÁ ^tJ-At T)o gné, 
<&noif 51 "ó ÁtxMnn *oo ójuic, 
tTlun-A 5C^oini|\ 'bpuf cú péin. 

VIII. UeAóu^i|\e T)é, óf é ^n b^f, 625 

'Oo-gé-An^'ó cú t'-Airhte^f j:éin, 
1f -dirhle^f An cé t)o óu-Ait). 

IX. Ujui^g fin, a tioócÁiti 5-aíi óeilt, 

'OÁ T)uui5teÁ tú £éin m^|A "caoi, 630 

'S *oo beitaá 50 X>^&t x\5 caoi. 

CA01Í1. 

[MSS.R.I.A., ,*-, ,»-, j^, j^, ^;T.C.D.,H.2,5, 

H. 4, 30. This piece has already been published as Dr. Keating's in the 
Gaelic Journal, No. 37, p, 68, by the late Father eoJAti Ua SfiArrmA. 
The authorship of this poem is doubtful. It is ascribed to Dr. 
93 23 23 

Keating in w and - — — , to *OormcAT> tnofi Ua *OÁÍAit in — — 
B. 35 Li. Si I. 16 

23 

to Ua *OÁIai5 porm in H. 2, 5, and is anonymous in . O'Curry 

(jr. 2/ 

remarks on — — that it is generally ascribed to *OonncA"ó tnófi 

Ua *OÁtAi5. In H. 4, 30 the poem follows immediately pAi"óbfiéA5AC 

23 
An rAotAt ro. but without the name of the author. In . — it is 

1 ° ' G. 27 

given as a reply to a poem by David Duff Fitzgerald on the death of 
his only son, beginning mAl/tACU "oon bÁf bfióriAc. The text is 
principally from H. 2, 5, a MS. of Dermot O'Connor.] 



T)ÁnzA, ArhjvÁin if Caoince 



XII. 

T)tttn > oi > ó suas, a CuAitie An óAoinue. 

Aji bÁp CijeAjtriA "Oúm £>óitine .1. éAmonn ponn ttiac piAjtAip, 

[•o'éAs 17 tnÁjirA, 1640.] 

[CAOineAX)]. 

I. T)fuii*oi , ó fti-Af , a olivine avi ó>AOinue, 
UV15 X)Ap *ocpeAf 1 t)ce^f n^ *oíte, 
p^gti-Ai'ó pe^f\c n-d pLat-A píjAe. • 635 

púm-j\A CAtn^ll pe c^sjva maoi'óce. 

[I, T)om if *ote^óc ^ te^óc t)o UonA"ó, 
T)om if eot a y ceot *oo f c-Aoile-cVó, 
*Oom if t>uaI a f UA15 *oo píotrnvó, 
óf *oom if cóift a glóifA T)o ó^oine<vó, 640 

ill. U|Aé £>eit fi^rh 50 *oiati j\e *oíóe^lt, 

ó AO\y teintt T)on tieitip, n-Á|\ tiio-ótxA, 
go tié^, oó ! ó ! m'oó ! *oon rhíli"ó, 
Af\ -A X)éAfA\X) as pé^ó-Ain 50 píof\-g^f\. 

iv. 1lí Ái|Arhim ce^ns-dt 5^0 ple^óCA tmja f íot x\nn 645 
'tl-A rmtúit-eas^ *oútó^r mo t^oine 
Le ciAn-Aib *oo li-At-ntnrhifA Une 
T)o finf ex\f\Ait) cionnrcn^irh ^n c^oipig. 

v. A £xSif\c *oom rrí ÁifArhim nÁ a x\oitie, 

5& ptixMfv tné 'n 4 rhém c^fi rhílcib, 650 

A e-Agmdif gnÁt, a gfixVó 'p a "óíogftáip, 
A óion Y a Ó05^f\, a óom^rm 'f a ó^oine, 



í>eAtf\úin Céicmn. 49 

vi. 1f sép tiom cogA if t^S^ An t\íg-£ifl, 

T)Á 'f céA-OAib, t>á féA*OAib, *oá rhAomib, 

'S a guAtA, nAf\ b' uAifte aj\ m'íf te, 655 

'S nÁji óeit oi|\e^T) nA ctnlue a\\ mo ótí-f e. 

VII. fflÁ Áifufntn An fÁif-fiof caj\ fAOititt, 

tHcró 5ti|\ téi|\ mAf\ g^ém a gnAOi fin, 
Íldini5 mif e A|\ An trnocAt toAt) tiífte, 
Ap gfUAnÁn rhAojvóA rhéine An rhítexvó. 660 

viii. 1 5CÁ1I50 tneAfAitn 511^ peACA*ó if suf\ p^íorh-toóc 
<Ca\\ óáó *ootn pém ^An é T)o óAomeA"ó, 
T)'éif m'itiil a\k géif\-iut n^ snítie 
1 T)Uféitit) *oo *óéAf\fcnAig uaj\ tfrítci£>. 

ix. A luóc, ten rjuiAg ^aó cjuiAg pÁ •óAoijAf e, 665 
A5 f o An Cf UAgÁn cf uAg "OAíiíjuti, 
A5 f o aví steo 'f An t>f\ón if bAOite, 
A5 f o An ctnjAf e 'f An "ooitge if *OAoifie, 

x. 5of\mf?tAit níop óonótAnn 1 gCAoineAt) 

Ó ttiArriA Héitt 'p a céAóc |\em tAoit>f e, 670 
tlá T)éifvoj\e n^\ n*oAO|\-ofnA*ó n-íogrhAf;, 
Af\ UAigneAf A5 nuAll-got C|\é tlAoife. 

xi. Há Oifín cfunt-rhín nA gc^ Aoif eAó 

Uaja éif pnn féit t!)inn uí t3Aoifcne, 

Há beAn éAócoijA tfiéin-rhic Pf\hne, 675 

lAfi n-éA^ pi|\ téA5Ai|\ nA UfiAoi toif\. 

xii. riiofv ti' lon^nAt) 5U|i mife T)o tfiAoi'ópeA'ó 
An eotcAifie Aft póifmit) 5AÓ cjtfóe, 
'S 5ti|A tiom Via íaja ó ajat) 50 tiífeAt, 
An j?Át if mó óutn t>f\óm A5 btn*ónib. 680 



50 *OÁncA, ArhfiÁm if CAomce 

xiii. ^Át if coiuómne 1 t>coIcai£) uí^e 

Ctnfic if Ctnnn ip ptomn if CfAÍorhtAinn, 

p^ú T)0 óf\otn 5-ac -ofie^m *oo *óAomit), 

1 tnbfón 50 5fvinneAtt av\ ionAi*o íoccpAig. 

XIV. 1£Át CU5 tinn CAfi Linnot> Uonu^, 685 

1f 5^0 Áijvo-feAnn bA f ÁilueAó 50 píoóTM, 
An pio|\tnAimeinc 'f a trnlif-gem^ cíojA-'óiitD, 
'S 5^6 ptdméAc 'jr^n Ae'óeAji 50 íiío^rh^. 

xv. ^&t ón -ooine^nn 5AÓ foi^be^f fine, 

T)o rhúc fé if féAtCAinn oi"óóe. 690 

T)o tfmc buinne n^ ctnnne ip n^ cífe, 
5^n gfém 50 tiÁjvo Aj\tÁf\ x\n U\oi git. 

xvi. ~C& cofimÁn 1 n5lotAj\-gÁif\ gAoice, 
1f fAigném 45 coifitéimfiig cpíte, 
tT)tii|A-geincte^cc 50 cemci'óe t>á tícvótAic, 695 
'S An óe^tAjVóúit 1 nT)Ain5eAn-*ottíirh TMocfiA. 

xvii. Ueifc nA txÁifdge aij\, tnÁ'p í An pof\-fCAif\, 

íló An f?éif\ nó An btÁit, nÁfi frÁf 1 £>j:ío , ó£>ai , ó, 

tló An íaóca, viá]\ úÁt aóc cÁt *oíof ca, 

T)o cum f é 5AÓ connfuvó cum CAOite. 700 

xviii. tlí tií mo coi|Am-f e An coijmi nAó puigbe, 
CtHTnugAt) céA*o *oo óéATMib choice, 
'S 5-An pAjvoún ó nÁ*oúf\ A5 nró.Afi bit, 
£Á óeilc *oéAf um téAn mo tAoic-pe. 

xix. Híofv p*n mAigj\e a^ Aibnib Aoibne, 705 

tlÁ t)Á|A|\ cjAomn t>o coitt ^An CftfonAt), 
tlÁ ftéit)ce jm t)|\éiT), nÁfi t>f\Aom-ptiuó, 
1f ceo -oub 50 móin a^ ^ac mAoitmn. 



ée^tfúm Céicmn. 51 

xx. ComluAt 1 scompuAtAfi óAomue, 

Y\a cli^fVA, wa C|\mú^, n^ caoipg, 710 

An ujté^n f x\n U\j;, ^n le^rh 'f ^n cponn^, 
An tojwi, x\n *oon^n, ^n T>ítteAóc. 

xxi. A n-imni*óe ní nion^n^-ó 1 n-Aom-feACZ 
t^'éif óorhtjunme coiccmne a n*oíte, 
T)o óxMltfeAT) ccón^ó., fiogA nx\ fíotionn, 715 
An óti-Afi x\ n-^txMfA, -án eAlátA a *oíogU\c. 

xxii. íIa boicc a mbó, na 'oeoftAi'ó T)í , oe,An, 
An bAintf\e<\b^ó cjvann pe-Ap-dirh píte, 
An b^ncfiAóc^ n-^nnjMcc 'p a n-^oin-cpe^c, 
An T)uitce x\ 5e.AU,, a ce^nn 'r A c ^ i r cl $- ^20 

xxiii. An ó|\eAó óoiuce^nn po toc^LAf Cfiíti, 
'5-Á mém ufomeAncA •óumeAC.A t)íf\ig, 

tMf miC pi^|AA1f -OlAn-t)|\01T) T>Í0gLA, 

é-Amoinn £inn n^|\ f?itt ó ío^g^it. 
xxiv. git) t>^fitín T)o g^b f út) m^j\ fcít aij\, 725 

T)o b'pe^pi n^ i-a^La x\n pAl-rhAC ptngte^é, 
U|\i.At T)úm "Dúmne, fiún n.A pogjtAt), 
'S ^n z\\eAViA mexvúóin be^c óf mítcib. 

íxv. He.Arh.Ainn nA ne.Arh.Ann t>.á píor\-ptnt, 

Cofrho^-At cpó'óA n^ fvíogfuvó, 730 

LeAg tógrh^ri n.A teorh^n ór\ Uorh.A'ó 
TH^M-oe mtn|\i5 mutLAC n.A míle^t). 

xxvi. p.AfiÁnu,A .An b-AjvÁncA bui*óne, 

tló x\n ce-Ann pe-A*ón^ 1 b-pei'úmib bfiwgne, 
Scot n^ bpémm'óe bpriAoóTM bj:íocrhAr\, 735 
An ctnléAn *oo t)tncté.Ar\.Aó brvíogrhAp, 



52 X)áv\t:a, ArhfvÁin if Cáoince 

XXVII. An c-Ao*ó e^n^ó \\e\\ pAviATiMp *OfiAoite, 

An r-At-^uAipe meA\\-t>uAMfeAC tTluimne^c, 

An X)Am |\é X)A féi'úe um tfiAomi£>, 

S&Att^c n^ fUAg, n^ f u^t), n^ jr<\oite. 740 

xxviii. Laoc via fcofA n<df\ fcoif\ cum p cíp e, 

Laoó nA féxvo me^|\ n*oé^nu«d nt)íogU\ó, 
Iaoc nx\ gcfoc, via scon, n^ gaáoinceá'ó, 
An Laoó mexrófVAC 5-<yófiáó gniorhAo. 

xxix. Ce^nn v\a feit^e a\\ tei^ib tío^-ónoc 745 

A5 cuf\ eAlX)A 1 nTMin^nit) T)ÍCf\e^£>, 
Ce^nn n^\ gcufuvó 1 gctim^f c nÁp cUomce, 
Ce-dnn An rhAjAC-fttiAig tifie^r-tu^ic tMo-ófi^vú. 

xxx. Cá tD^g^m 5tó|\ 50 leofi ^fi tíorht^óc, 

Tie ue-Aóu za\k avi t>pUMt-f e<Aj\ bpíonrh^, 750 

1f motA'ó éAtnoinn ^on níof ^oifroe 

Y\Á X)\HAt\\A uogtA tiA fcoile if n^ redone. 

xxxi. tlí X)éAr\ fiip ^óc léimfie^ó za\\ Ur\e } 

1f bu^Uvó fiorh^m a\\ moUvó mo mite^o, 

ó n^ó péA*ocA|\ féAT) *oo jAíorh ai\\, 755 

Aóu btÁt pt^t^, *oÁn-xMtfifce^ pfv-ce,A|\c. 

XXXII. T)o bí f x*n bptAit, m^fi m^ic truAOit)ce, 

SubxMtce^f 5-án T)ubAilcedf , s^n -oíomAf , 
pe^f^rhtAóu, ptxMteArht^óc ppeAóz, 
Aoncdóc if mAOfvoAcc 50 míoftMit. 760 

xxxili. T)o bí itn |\ui|Ae-f e rmpe ip mmeACt, 
péite if féit)e 5^n jAigne^p, 
Uoif\be^f c if oif\be^fic ip ^oibe, 
tlxMfle if 5tJAif-be^f\c if gníorh^. 



Sex\tjAúin Céicinn. 53 

xxxiv. Do bí c^ttnAóc g^if cearhxMt gf\íobT)A 765 
SpxMfnn LÁi*oif, Iáxtíac U^e, 
Lattice g^ece, tádg^rh line, 
pulsus x\nf\ót) if 5|Ae^nn-gló|\ s^oife. 

xxxv. Do tz>í fé ctÁc fié cAijroib c^oine, 

Do bí fé ce^nn *oo úex\nn^-t)ío , ób^it), 770 
Do bí f é ti^f^t -o'tixMftit) pvpe, 
Do bí fie a CAOib fin Tnptib íf e^t. 

xxxvi. Do bí fé Cfiom'óA bjAonncAC btn-óne^ó, 
Do bí f é puif\ge*\c f uiLt)i|A f ^oite^ó, 
Do bí fé beo*óA cpó'óA cfíonn^ 775 

Do bí f é 1 *oce-An5rhAf pe^^^ó poetry. 

xxxvii. Do bí f é f cot^ó f co|\^ó f ceirhleAó, 
Do bí fé cli^jtAC fu^fiAó ftfogjvAó, 
Do bí fé coinex\ó^i|A cottngte^c CfAíonn^, 
Dobí f é (Mitrhe^ó f c^ipe^c p OAOilce^ó.780 

xxxviii. Do bí f é 'n^ pe^ff aw 'n^ pf e^b^e rhítexró, 
Do bí f é Áfifv<\cc ÁUMnn ^oit-ónif, 
*Do bí fé ^cptnnne^c x\cU\rh i n-íoj\gxMt, 
Do bí fé 1 n--A|\m^ib n^c^fvuA nitfmex\ó. 

xxxix. Do bí fé F-dilcodc cjAÁibce^ó ctntfmadc, 785 
Do bí f é ciAttrhAf\ > oiAt)x\ -oíte^f , 
Do bí fé poi|\bte 1 bptnnne^rh n<\ ^^oife, 
géf\ bo^ 1 |\éim a |\é if a ^oif e. 

*11. 783, 784 are omitted in _?L. and in MM. vii. 

(jr. 24 



54 X)Ár\ZA } Arhjváin if C^oince 

XL. X)o £>í fé fu^ific 1 fiixVóxMt) ftiíorht-A, 

T)o tM féi n-incte^ccitifcne^c Uorht^, 790 
T)o £>í f é cóifjie-Aó ceottfiAfi x>|Vdoice^c, 
T)o bí fé múfiAó cújvac cíf\e^ó. 

XLI. ton^pojAc^c T)f on5-f?oi|Adt TXAoineAó, 

Óí\n^i*oeAó mófv-'ó-ÁlAó mAoineAó, 795 

C|Aoit)-Uonrh^p coi^cpíoóAó cÍojmó. 
XLII. Oc ! mo ófie^ó An 6\\eAó *oo ó|\íoóntng, 

CjAe-dó via n-ojAti^-ó, n^ *ocf\tiAg, nx\ -oc^oif e>Aó, 

Cf\e-áó n-d nsLÁrh, v\a troÁrh, nx\ rmjiAoifce. 800 

xliii. tlí j?uit ^on 1 n-éifunn ífi feo, 

IDunA tipuil a incinn cmnce cíojróub, 
Ui^rh VÁ\\ péAó ^f\ a é-ATMti míont^, 

XLiv. tlí pACA é-Atnonn c^orhtAó caowmt 805 

CAM*o|\eAb>áó, e-Aóc^nn-Aó n^ ^oige, 

A gfi^* *° ó n ^ *oáili:exyó Y ^ t)ío£tvMr • 
XLV. Aóc bíot) fo 5-An óofc ^jv ctnrhne, 

géprhófi, 5é|Arhinic , n-dóoinne'oo-6ínn-fe810 
tlxÁrhAi'o C|\é^\n at; T)é^n^rh *oíce, 

gtlflt) é ptJAIfA 5-áÓ t)tJxM"Ó Ux*f\ t)ÍO*ÓbxM*Ó. 

XLVI. Oó ! -A ótixMne óuArmA An ó^oince, 

TL\ toícró OfVAit) ^ n-orh^n n>Á x\ n-ion^nxvo ! 
C\\éAT> at\ 0}\KeArhAm zromeAnzA cfíte r eo 815 
1x>1|\ é^tnorm ^otiró^ if bui-órnti ? 



&eAt]\úm Céicinn. 55 

XLVII. A*oeif\ téiji-eoLAó té-AgtófVA p cf\íbe.Arm, 
Y\aó ptnl cÁ\l nÁ vÁil nÁ 'oíóe^tt, 
1f pe<Af\|\ \r\A\\ gté^f nÁ TXAonn^cu T>l\\e*\ó, 
T)'p\gtxdil óutrnMnn 50 ctucm^n ó *ó^oinib. 820 

XLViii. A n-^bAi|A An c-úgTMfi ú*o, tn^p pío|\ é, 
Hi tÁW£ pe^|\ ó pe^fuvó an T)íle, 
T)áf\ cóp-A 5f^"ó T)o "óxXit 50 xHteap 
tlá m'feafi cumamn-fe, an cujAao po caoinitn, 

xlix. Z'\\é t>eiú f ocxM|\ 1 ^cocal a óU ifcig, 825 

W& n-alc pélfi na pf\éirh An pf\-pniofA 
X)on T)aonnacc, x>on péile, T)on aoibe, 
T)on omeaó *oian-glan piat-bog paoiUt). 

L. tlí pus guai^e T>uap-bo5 -oíolcaó, 

Y\Á peafi ú\\ a fuíL *oo fíneat), 830 

t)onn ná báf\f\ a\\ táirh mo taoic-pe, 

1f péaccaf\ pai|\pm5eip acpumn $aó aoin-fif\. 

Ll. ílí f\aib yzAX) a\\ teaóu a ticrótac, 
Acu náif\e na T>áime |\é nt)aoijAe, 
Hó a rmiui*oe nó a scitnneap nó a sctaome, 835 
Urn buam T)uap if Luaó gac taoit)e. 

LII. Data a ó|Aiiit) map rhuifv p^ rhaomib, 

A CabajACaf 'VIA \^At)AipCA flOg'Óa, 

Aóu ag cat gan Cfágat), ^an T)íop cm, 

5^ti páite 50 *ocnaigceaf\ An uaoiT)e. 840 

LIU. X)o X)\\onnAt> pp{\éi*óe ip pcéaT>a *oíogla, 
Ceann gac p eoi*oe, pf\óll ip pícoa, 
Sóf\u $ac aifim cum saipcit) ip cum 5-niorha, 
Sciaú if do^at) if cotg if cf\aoip eaó. 



56 TXÁnc-A, Arhfiáw if C-Aoinre 

liv. An c-óf\ 'f aw z-A\\^eA*o x>Á fpíon^t), 845 

T)o £)j\orm, vo fCxMp ^Á f eác, x>o fíotjM 
A tribeit a^ ^on 5^n cLdotixVó coi*óce 
Af\ tJAistie^fo^ rnbtiAUvó 'ri^ bf\uit)nib. 

LV. item £>j\iAújtAib mx\f f?Mt)x\in X)Á X>po\\At), 

Hi ftnt cút T)on úf\-gof\€ Tf feo 850 

gxMi Uicc T)ex\tt)tA if t)e^|At)c^ fvíorh^itn 
T)'^of MjAfiAC^ f?i<At-oinig ji^oitirm. 

LVI. A tijuig tormrhAifi tongpojAC^ig ^oibinn, 
Cilt Ueitfmein n-A ngeibte-An nt)fv<\oice, 
t>tu3g n-A 5CtM|\, ha bp^nn, ri^ b]Moitex\nn, 855 
t)juig riA gcLatin, n^ n^Lt, n<A n5^oi*ó&Al. 

LVII. t)f\ug n-A n-onóon n-opc^fVó-A mrhtie^c, 

t)|Uig n-A mtnjAe^f, r\& mbjuiirme<<\lt, ru\ 
mbf\íg*oe,Aó, 

t)fuig n-A mtxAncfVAoc tnb^ntM míonU*, 

t>fmg nx\ ftóg, nx\ f 0*0, n-A ftfogfuvú. 860 

LVIII. t)fiug jm piAl t?>Á bixVóxMb 'f jm rh^omib, 

£Á tiormÁUMb biociitte bfiíogríi^i|A, 

\^a tié^5fx\rh>Ait pé^fu^ if píon^, 

go bjvát 5-An fp^f^il <A|\ ppíoffiA. 
Lix. 'S p<á cóijugtib ceotóxMjAe ^f\ coince, 865 

Le Láirh-ffie^pc^L f^rh-g^fu^ fíogTM, 

1 n-^on-gut te léif\-fr\iocAt oi'óce, 

X)o *óéx\|Afcn>dirh •oé^g-'ó^nx* 'oífig. 
LX. X)Á m&}\\e&t> Iason Á\\x> 'jm^ ^oip y eo, 

A óobl-Aó 50 Cotctup ní fínpe^-ó, 870 

TD'i^fifiAóc 1 nxn^n-^n^o *ó,doi|\f e 

A|A tomflxVÓ Ó1f\ T>0 601*0 za\\ C^OIflg. 



Se&tpúm Céicmn. 57 

LXI. X)Á bptngtí ^Át gup f-Áf a^ AomneAó, 

tomfUVÓ Ó\\tA Ó1fl *0^|\í|Alt). 

1£á mx\p T>'jMr 5° cÁpn^ó cíopc^, 875 

Ap b^t^f gUui-rh<Aipadc mo rmlexvó. 

lxii. An gpix\n x\f\ nxmt pi^p if f íof t>i 
1 n-Aimfip fuitt)i|\ f uipgig fine 
S^rhxMt r>Á gnúif *oo *óúip ce^*ó Tnogfidip, 
1f police ge^L An gÁipe ^g ce^óc cpíce. 880 

lxiii. éxvtMn p^iprmj; jm -peApAfhAit bjiAoite, 
Copmo^At lógrh^p a U-"óe^|\c, 
t)éx\l if sfuixvó tnx*p gtMl n^ n^píof ^ó, 
1f f|\ón cuss&dnnoAoi i nspeAnn-gn^oi coi-óóe. 

lxiv. mvnnéAt te^b^p if te^t^n-tioctio-gLAn, 885 
gu^tA torn if com X)A óx\oirhe, 
Lárh tÁi*oip if t^n-ópob^ ymomtA, 
1f ^fÁn gAigT)ex\ó fexvóm^ó fíp-"óeAp. 

LXV. 6-An U-Af\Al X)A hUA X>0 jAÍOgxMb, 

An ftnnn gpe,<vónxMg rhexvóp^ig, ttltnrhnig, 890 

An ftnnn t^igmg Aibnig ^oibmn, 

'S aví ftnnn OltCxMg bponnuxMg bptngnig. 

lxvi. A gAtl-ftut pém 1 péitn n^ píogpxvó, 
píop-g^blx* fmeArrmA pipe, 
1p í avi fcot X)A pope x>Á ppíorh-ftnt, 895 

61-f e^n a mhlÁt ip b-ápp ^ tnípe. 

Ilxvii. pint Cá\\úac if Ot-f tnt n^ ^cp^oif e^ó, 
1p Cém rrnc Oiliott^ n^ ngeibte^ó n^píb-f e^p, 
1f éipe^ttióm upém-rhic rhóip Thíte^t), 
— * 



58 T>áncx*, Arhfváin ip CAomze 

lxviii. 1f puit X)ú\\cac n^|\ t)|\úi , óue f\oirh tMo'ótíAi'ó, 
1f ptiit n^ tnt)x\|A|\^c tejA Láfxvó ^ U ge^t, 
1f ptnt llóifce^c n-á ftóg-rhtii|\e^p ffi^oine^ó, 
1 n-A ptnl fitiT) x*s btnnniugxvó 50 t>j\íogrh^|A. 
lxix. A triple péin 'n-A tiAon -oo fínpexvó 905 

X)Á tnbxvó ^ntMipte *oe^g-cti^ine TMOine^ó, 
A finpe^p péin 1 ftnm a nTMoicm, 

TVuxMfle Of\CA fU^f 5^0 f ÍOtfAxVÚ. 

lxx. t)^ rhó|\ séitte^t) a téitie^rm tíonrh^p, 

Céite fút-gt^f Sluice if fr<\oif\e, 9L0 

Céite £eoif\e móif\e mine, 
te^nn^n SionnA if tij?e n^ Uoncd. 
LXXI. 1£eA\\ X)A *óú 1 mbun ctnt T)o óf\íoóxMb, 
Afi pc-Át a 'óói'oe 1 rmóig a rmíonc-a, 
1f T)o-cíce^f\ i^U\oi p-Á íoc T)tnc, 915 

P-á pfex\5|AA*ó a sciíif 1 5Cúi|\c s^n ót^oine. 

LXXII. 1f T)^ f eine^f caI cúifiue 1 n-urhU\cc ^oif e 
A gtún 50 rAlArh *oo tf\e^f c-A^t) bíocum, 
T)o £>í 45 ^n Orc^fA p o 1 5CorhAf\t^ cíofM 
Sptnp if Ldinne if U\nnjM Uorhc^. 920 

Lxxiii. Z^aúa triple 1 tnbu^ntiAóc *oo bíoTMfi, 
A cíof Láitfie T)o f^mi5 ,Af\ f\íogfUM"ó, 
T)o bí f<doi|\ jm a f cíof óip 5-An f C|\íoc^*ó, 
T)o b^jwicd 1 iraáti-Aóc p 1 troígrnc. 

lxxiv. 1f ní ^i|\rhim m^fi ^ipeArh b^vó m-Aoi'óce, 925 
Om T>íob jm b^i|\|\-cíof gé tMco-ap, 
Ap >a bpe^c f út) A|\ txafiún, x\j\ bíocum, 
Ap ÓÚ15 M|AtAoit) jm fu^jtdc T)on fvig-fe^f. 



Óedtfuiin Céitirm. 59 

LXXV. ]?e^f Cilte X>a\\a f r\A *ó^Aig f\oirh X>\o'óX)A\t> y 

"\A\tiuA tlfitfmrh^n a tTlurh^in n^ rnítexvó, 930 

\a\(Iao\ Úoi|\ if Úi^n ua tTh'óe, 

1|^ix\|aLa pine ^aXX v\a gce^nn m^|\ óuittpeAtir,. 

lxxvi. tlí ptJxM^ géilte^'ó aóz géiUe-At) tM "óíol ^1|\, 
X)Á £>j:tng£)e,d*ó 50 tnó|\ níof mó nÁ rriAO^m 
tn^n^n^nn via mAt-rriACAorf\ tTluitrme^ó, 935 
Phoenix r\A t>péinni*óe t)pío|A-fcoic. 

LXXVII. tTlófi ui|\e^fbxM"ó mo "óuine-pe a\\ *ó^oini£>, 
lonró-A boóc if noóc 'oo-gnít) i rmiu, 
1f é a f\Aiiix\iL ní ^A-^tA^, m ptngte-Aft, 
te luóc éif\e>arm "o'^&aó-aiíi Cf\íte. 940 

LXXViil. lonró-A um é^monn éise^n m^oit)ce, 
1 me^ntnxMn tnn^, tn>Áit ip tjtn'óne, 
De^fn-A x\f t^f^t) if TteApcA r>Á tíorh^t), 
te T)éA]\Art ^olA t>á nT>Of\cxvó 'nA rmítinn. 
lxxix. Oó ! óf Á\\x) a\\ m'^ifA-o-f e óoi*óce, 945 

1f T)om £>it- , óeoin rmlteon tnítce, 
T)o cut(Miti>, oó ! if oó ! if íf e^t 
X\jA mo rhúi^rnn T)túc-c^oin *oíle^f\ 

T)tltl1 > Olt) SUAS. 

[MSS. R.I.A., -?- 3 _, J?lL ; M.M., vii. The text follows 
(*. 24 JN. 15 

00 no 

-í^— principally, 11. 917-927 incl. are omitted in , a«dMM.,vii.]. 

IN • 10 (jr. ^24 



60 X)ÁnzA, Arhfiáin ip C^oince 

XIII. 
A tteAtl tAtt T)0 SUt1A1tTI. 

[T)eAchnAT) be-A^ An -dirre feo]. 

I. A be-An t^n *oo fuiMirn, 

Congbuig uAitn *oo Lárh 950 

tlí -pe^f grriorh^ firm, 

^é t^oi cinn *o'^t\ nsfxvó. 

II. péAó ^f ti-At T)om f?otu ! 
pé^ó mo óoj\p 5^n túc ! 
pé^c A\\ tfVAoó T)om puit ! 955 

C|\é^T) |\e x* b^tiit x>o tnút ? 

ill. tl^ fit tné 50 |mo£>, 

A-f\íf nÁ cU\on ce^nn, 
t)ío"ó ,áji nsfvá'ó 5>án gníorh, 

50 bfUt, a fíot) fe^ng. 960 

IV. T)fiui*o T)o báát óm t)é^t, 
T)oitge ^n fcé^t X)0 cof, 
Wá bíom cne^p f\e cne^p, 
C15 ón t)ce^f ^n cot. 

V. T)o óút cp^ob^ó c-Af, 965 

T)o |\ofC st-Af m^|A -ópúóc, 
T)o óíoó óftnnn gedt £)LÁit, 
Ú^^in^e^f mi^n fút. 
VI. 5^c ^níorh x\cc grnorh cuijip, 

1f ttnge 1*0 ótntu fuAin, 970 

T)o-géAti^inn x>o*o g|tÁ*ó, 
A £>e^n tÁn 'oo fcu^im. 






SeAtpmn Céicinn. 61 

Ce-dtis-dU* 

vir. A f?inne-ti>e^n uféirh fé^gAnc^fÁ|\-6-Aoin Cftj^if\c, 
YIa tntuje x|\-f:olc féit) |AAon-f?olc^ó pán-iot- 

óíiaó, 
1f longnA-ó ^n gtié t^otnn^ó p^f tngedf u^ic, 975 
51 1> T)oitig -dn fcéAt, cj\éi5 tné if c-Ág "óíom 

viii. T)o-t)ei|\im-fe pétn bfiéitif, *o^ mbái'ócl ^n ftu^g 
'S-ah T>cuile T)o téig t)érmp n-A T>u-dctAoi ^nu^p, 
A rhui|Ae^A6-t)é riie-Ap-LAg via mbáin-óíoó 

gCfti-Alt), 

giifi uu-f a xx\a^ Aon óé-d*o-t>e^n t>o jM5)Mi*óe im 
6UAT1. 980 

23 23 

* This ceangal is fouiid in , -, and - — -. . . 
(jr. 20 Li. 35 

[MSS. R.I.A., ^, -^, j^; M.M.,ii. Text principally 

9Q 

from ^ . Though all the above MSS. ascribe this poem to Dr. 

23 

Keating, 0' Curry says on , p. 180, without advancing any 

further evidence : — " This poem was not written by Dr. Keating. It 
is older than his time and contains no reference to his clerical 
character."] 



62 T)áv\za, ArhfUin if C^oince 



XIV. 

móti Atiunom mse t>Ant)A. 

tttAfibriA-o ComÁif Ajtif SeAJÁm t>vnutéijt, .1. "oiAr itiac njeAjinA 
*Oúm £)óinne, *oo rnAfibA*ó 1 3C05AT) íia héifteAnn, inr An 
mbtiAT)Ain, 1642. 

[T)eifci , óe An Aifce feo]. 
I. tTlófi ^ncjiom itife t)x\nt>4, 

Cfvíoc géi5-f?iUce tioóc ^n bpóin, 
éi^cmnce ^-noóc ^ ne^rh-gtóifi. 

II. P-atm avi Cféirhfe azá fife 985 

1 n-x*nóf\vic p^n <AinT)eife. 
5^ti -póifAitin 1 rm^n t)i, 
Hói-|\icm X)Ál ha *o^oi^fi. 

in. CLÁ^ fein-cftOAocx* tTHle<yó móiji, 

6i^e oi|\e^|A xmi ^nfóig, 990 

TDxMfi^ *OAn t)ú oigfe^óc ^f form, 
1 rmiú c|\é -poif\ne^|AU e^ócfvonn. 

IV. 1om"ó^ buAi-ófie^t) if bfiui*oe, 
tTlófi rmon^r* if n*oocjuii*oe, 
U^fvl^. 1 5C|aíc cfie^c-cuirifv ConLd, 995 

te^t-cranm, tjÍc if -oiorm-fogLa. 

v. 1om*ó^ cinne^rhtiin corvee 

U^|\lx\ if cei"óm le^c-Cjiom^ó 

T)o ófiíó "Dfve^g gti^it) lonro-A 5U*f, 

Af\ pe^t) tXantt-A ^n connc^f. 1000 



Se^tjuiin Céicirm. 63 

VI. U15 via Se^n-goitt za^ f^ite, 
go tn^icne tTHle OA^pÁme, 
Om pífi-be^c, ó|A b'ionnUíit inn, 
Óf tnínte^ó fionn-tfmif £eit)tim. 

vii. Y\a ponn-goitt f eo Af -otúf *oo tfe^b 1005 
pe-Afiarm edifice ctAtin ITHtexvo, 
U15 fnvo x\n c-^m fo 'n-Á\\ -oufe^f, 
T)o gnÍT) Y ^ n ótAtin fo CAijvoe^f. 

VIII. tMi"ó cteAfhnAif if cuifle^nn s^oit, 

Comb-Ait) Cfei*oirh *oo -Aon-cx\oib, 1010 

Aif-rhe-Af 5-AÓ oifif oft^, 
C^ifoe^f 011115 e^coft-A. 

IX. U15 tm n-éif A\y pe^t) th\nbx\ 
S^oite Am-reAnn ^.ttrnufvó-d 
5^1 b-ái*ó fif An 5CéxVo-*ófoiri5 ^cóif, 1015 
T)o féAti-foinn cLáif x\n corhóit. 

X. Y\a nu^-goitt f eo, 51*0 nóf 5f 0*0, 
T)o noccf-At) pioc if fOfAtnAT), 
*Oon T)^ *ófoiti5 6-Atm-á o^ua-oa, 

T)0 ÓtOltin X)AVlX)A X)lÁt -X)UAt>A. 1020 

XI. 1om*ó-A gteo 50 n^f mrhe, 

UusfAt) ^f *ou|\e^f cinui'óe, 
tTlóf n-iofg-dit pe-áfU-A x)Á bpeifs, 
Síoft^in 'oeAbú-A t)-a tiT)í-bfeif5. 

XII. lom-ó^ T)eig-f?e-Af, rrí x>\t rmon, 1025 
TVfóif porm-g^U, if ^'puil ~§Aet>\o\, y 
tlo-f-c-Aot 1 T>ce^n5tfi,dit X)AViX)A y 
X)Aot e<A*OfAin riA \\AtAyfoA. 



64 TMncA, ArhfvÁin if C^oince 

xiii. póifuie T)ub-gAtl, ní T)íc *óAtfi, 

on *ocf\oi*o feo acáit) 1 tntMogAt, 1030 
5f^in géi|A-fie^nn óf £>aó ^oin-ing, 
piÁig ha héi|AeAnn éA^CAoinnn. 

xiv. ITIófi *oúirm cjié a\\ neAtfi-Ág A-noip, 
X)Á rhAC peAjvóA tTlic piA^Aif, 
A mAf\bxVó Cjié txáit) "D^nbA, 1035 

XV. UomÁf t)uictéip bfVAt a^ bpuinn, 
SeAgin tnAC triAOfVóA éAtntnrm, 
T)Á te^rm bA tojAóxM^úe 5-A1L, 
T)Á ge^tt cottngte 005^1*0. 1040 

XVI. X)Á onóoin 1 n-Atn ^n gteo, 

X)Á *Ó|\A15 nÁfi *óóit x>Á n-Airfroeoin. 
X>Á éi^ne bÁine^f a ttye^g, 
Uéi^te Áine^f a inge^n. 

xvii. *OÁ "óóig T)íogfiAife *oeoftdi*ó, 1045 

CtnteÁm ctiAine CAt-leorhAin, 
T)Á ceAtroÁit Viaja tfieipe Áj\ mb^it), 
t,e<drmÁin mo óneip-fe Á\y ^compÁin. 

XVIII. tÁrhA 1 nT)eAt)CAib bA t>o^6ze, 

C|\oi-óte 5AII ójujAf n*oeA|\tAicte, 1050 

pofc omig ón Annúi|\ birrn, 
T)o gAtt-úi|\ oi|Ai|\ peit)titn. 

Xix. X)o CAilteAtnA|\, cftJAit) Ati coft, 
tloigne Áfi n-05 if Á]\ n-Atifuvó, 
T)Á úeirm-bite *oo tw\\ bÁi"ó, 1055 

T)o *óei|\b-pne X)úm T>\\on^Ám. 



ÓeACfiúin Céicmn. 65 

XX. UofóxMjA UomÁp 1 fUiAij; tloip, 

A5 fo T>í-geAn Á\\ n*oonoif, 

T)o Ait£>fip feAn-*oÁifi 4 ptnm 

Ó gteo ÓAic-tif CeAf\buiU. 1060 

XXI. Utncim SeAgÁm 1 tTlti|\ THif, 

H1ói*oe Áj\ scurhA ceAóc CAipp, 
1Tlo *óeAf\c C|\é *óotÁr |\o-f-pt, 
UomÁp 'j\d n LeAóc 1 t,Aigtu£>. 
xxii. T)Á óúif T>oilge nA T>Áirhe. 1065 

T)Á á"ó£)aja Áf\ n-uf-gfiÁine, 
T)Á óféAóc Áfi 5Cío|\|\bmgce fin, 
T)Á éAóc iom"ótiigte Áf\ n-nnnit). 
xxiii. X)Á ceit)m teonAiT) r>Á\\ lÁtAf\, 

t)Áp nA T>eif e T>eA\\X)]\ÁtA\\, 1070 

A|\ "ÓÁ óne^f-T)oig cju'óe óÁip, 
T)Á "óeAfCAif\ T)ige *oolÁip. 

xxiv.. X)a fÁt mAoi-óce *oon itlurhAin, 
T)Áj\ *oúf c^t) ája rmoóum^it, 
T)Á Mat) if Cj^eif e fern ceAf c, 1075 

6^5 nA *oeif e f o-tn-*óoirheAf c. 

xxv. íTlo "óá rhAC Áitne oóca, 

T>Á tifiAnÁn An £>Ancj\oócA, 

X)Á fAéAtcumn unt An eimg, 

T)Á fcitH|A éAóc-ptnnn f?inn-peirhm. 1080 

XXVI. CfObAmS T>0 ÓfAAOt)Alb CUjlf 4, 

CtiAine x>éAX)lA T>ACArhAit, 
tTlic |\íog if |\íognA nÁf\ tocc, 
T)íO|\mA x>á\k piof a n-AnnAóc. 



66 TXánuá, Arhjráin if Caoince 

XXVII. tlí heAfbArt túiú víá Láftdift, 1085 

Utig oi'ói'ó n^ tnb|\.An^n tntoinn, 
Acu ^n-<Ág oifiif pei'ótim. 

XXVIII. t)e^5 T)0 tfno-p-At rhúifi t)Anti),A, 

T)'j:ogUMt> -An Áit ALtrhujvó^, 10!)0 

Scmú <ófi xmi oine^ó 1 n-Áp 
*Oíot ája n-Awpe&ó Y ^f ti-óg-Án. 
xxix. 1 n-e*vojváiti ]pó*oLA ti^ n-otc, 

X)Á tfom-p^f b<A t|\eif e 1 n-^g, 1095 

Uom^f f ^ f eif e Se^g^n. 
XXX. T)oitig "oíobxvó x\a ^éi^e, 

Uom^f mín \t\ac ITl^i^gféi^e, 

Scu^g neAtti-co|A|AAó ^n gtúin gUMti, 

Ó X)úr\ e&c-lonsAc l^fCdig. 1100 

xxxi. CtnteÁn T>pA , £Ám T)úin í)úmne 
Se^gxSn focjAAó feAn^-Siúife, 
tlo-f-u^oc te 5jiu-Atn-^n|\xM'ó gatt, 
Iaoó Ua ófuixvú-^fin^i'ó corhUuin. 

xxxii. IDtin^ ujui^ige a *ouuiuim fin 1105 

JZa\\ óionn cointitiocc cLÁiji fuimt), 
tThc gníorhfiA*ó, X)Á\\ gn^c ge^ltr^, 

X)lÁ\t f\ÍOg|V<VÓ n-A fAÍOg-ACCd. 

xxxiii. T)Á mbA'ó T)eom te T)i^ aza]\\ 

^og^it cnioóu*oo ó|Aíocn^g^t), 1110 

Yía hxMjAig ri^ £>' f^nn fie ^fv linn. 
tlíofv ty Am x>Á n-oigi"ó ^'GifMnn. 



áe^tfuiin Céicmn. 67 

xxxiv. p^n x>Á rhAc f o if mói*oe Á^ 5C-Af 
A bpu^i|\ finn-ne x>Á p óLáf, 
Utntte^t) bfóin fuom *oo fMntuvo, 1115 

'tTlun n5tói|\ 11510^ *oo gtACMtn^jA. 

món Atiuriom. 



[MSS. R.I.A. 23 , J 23 ; MM. ii. The above text is princi- 
G. 24 N. 15 

pally from "' , a manuscript by Michael, son of Peter Longáin]. 



XY. 

mo tntiAige mAti zA erne* 

^5 éA^c-AoineA-ó -oAoiftre tia héifie.<ynn. 

L tTIo tfUMige tn^p u<Á éifie 

"O'éif óLAOóttngce a c^iú-féime, 

U«5 fí Ao\X)\\eAy a\\ uj\ófVA 

Ta t)^oif\-rhe^f v\a tí^avia^-^a. 1120 

II. *Oo útnc a T>te^6c-fcéirh f eipce 
X)Á ^núif ^LAinn mniotUA 
t)uitne c^orh-f?oif\ne óíoóca 
Ttft 5^c -don-oigjie tnfiúi. 

III. tlí pe^f -don T) y uAMfUX) X)Ar\f)A, 1125 

p^oitue<Aó -A tucc leAViAmriA, 
Z\\éAT> 'seAl x>Á T)uog<Ait 5^n Cfteoiji 
Afi pe-A'ó An T>orh-Ain *oeifieoiL. 






* The metre of this poem is very irregular in some strophes owing 
probably to textual corruption. 



68 TXánc-a, Arhfiáin if C^omce 

IV. AiDtxAfi ctii|\fe u^fld *Ó1, 

t)eic s^n ó&omtAó g^n óéite, 1130 

J^ 11 te-Ann^n 1 n-^ Le^txdit), 
t)e^n 5-An ce^g^ijA 5^0 cf\em-pifi. 

v. 5^\n ^on-pe^jA téi-f e ^5 ttnge 
*Ó'píofv-ftiit oóca a hionrhtnne, 
Scéirh gt^c-foittf e ^é\\ *úuáI «01, 1135 

Snti^-ó n^ tiAt-ctnpr e uifrá. 

VI. T)o CU1fl f í ^ f Ú1Í T)0 6-AbA1f, 

T)o tf 615 a fierce f e^jAC^triAit, 
tub pionn-^jvo-gW) n^ 1151.4c n^e-At 
1x\|\ n-ionn^|\b^*ó in^c tTHle^vó. 1140 

vii. tlí fruit full 41C1 fie h^oin-peAji, 

Afi n-imte^cu T/fuit pofi-j^oi-oe^l 

VIII. tlí fuigbe av\ bAincfe^b^ó bo^ 1145 

teAtin^n via céite cajkvo 

JJtófi n-á f^oi|A-pe^f 50 pi4b4fi. 
IX. lotncnúc -Ajvo-fUMt puinn t)x\nb4 

U115 ne^fic *oon f?éirm ^llrh^jróá, 1150 

Ufié4T> jMobjvAó *oo b' 4ipce *o'f:e,<yó, 
Aji 6-AorhúAó mxMcne tTHla<yó. 

x. éigce^fc n-A tiéifie^ntiAó -péin 

*Oo Cjie^pcxMfi 14T) T>o«4oti-béim, 

A5 fpxMpnn -pÁ ce^jiu ge^fiji co|\^6, 1155 

11í ne^jAC 4ijim 114 ti-e^ócfiorm^ó. 






SeAtpmn Céicmn. 69 

xi. 11í tuon^n^t) xnnir via ne^|\c 

t)eit *oeif\eoil T)'éip a ti^nnjMóu, 

T)'f?ine 5^oit)e^t nx\ ngniorh n,áifv 

5^ó Aom-feAp t>wX) 5-An *oíogb^it. 1160 

xii. An plAite^f pu-A(\-dT)-dj\ f m 
Af\ inif oi|Vóeif\c éibiji, 
UféxXT) tonn tej\ pu^c a tiAnnjM, 
11í fu^i|\ T>|\on5 *oon T>orh<án-p<\. 

Xíil. Ci^ &n C|AOit)e n^|\ óLaoóLait) fin 1165 

T)o rh^icne gtó|\rh^i|A 5^oit)il. 
A n -4^541 n 5^11 óomgteic 5ce.AU, 
Afvo-fuit oijróeific n^ tiBifie^nn. 

xiv. t)uime av\ ^lcfuíim, 51*0 í pm, 

'tla Tntte^óc T)'éif 5^0 ^om-f?i|A, 1170 

A tíluipe, if cju^g mx\|\ tapta, 
5^n cf ntixvó n-tnte n-^fcáfVÓA. 

XV. 5^ n *oíon >Af\ otc n^ tnnnfe, 

U|\u^g éA5C|Atic a tiinnitl-f e, 

Aictne a fe^ltiuigte tn^f fe^n, 1175 

SeAn-rriÁtA^ rhxMcne tTlíleAt). 

XVI. 'O'f^s-Aiti fiúT) i-f e s-Ati C|Aeoi|\, 

1x\|Aftn^ a ctomne 'f a cineoit, 

gé CxSi*o pixvo CAoince^c x>xi sc-Aitg, 

Saaoitce-dó ixvo ^nn ^ac aovi-a^T), 1180 

XVII. ttleifVOfAedó g^n 106c, 5^n onóifi, 
An ó|\íoó fo pui|\c p^jAt^lóm, 
T)o ófíon a ciatt 5-An óorhc^, 

*— 



70 TXánu-A, Arhjtáin if Caoince 

XVIII. Ufí póiT), tix\oi scéxvo, 5-An 6o|t, 1185 

U|\í míte t>LÁitóe,áf\c totixvú,dn ; 
C^ng gtófi-gjtá-ú^ó tiA |\aoi f e-Ati 

[MSS. K.I.A. T 28 . -P- ; MM xiv. The text is principally from 
L L. 32' N. 3 

93 
- ~ , on p. 16 of which, the scribe writes : A]\ n-A fj-pi'ob^-ó te 

UiofOAfvo CmbeAfi a rnt)Aile tfhruéit a cCon-oAe £)Aite At a CIiaú, 
a rnbAftunuAcu ÓAirteÁn cnoc *] inn a pAfióir*oe, 'p 5AÓ "0111116 *oÁ 
tei^-pix) nó *oÁ bf Aicpm é uuja-ó beAnnAcu aji Anmum An f5ju'b- 
neoftA, ™ A "° °eo nó rnAfib é. pnic] 



XVI. 

tnnscAit t)o tfnsneAó, a t)Atit)A. 

*oiMin gniosAi^te n& n-emeAnn^c, 1646 a.t>. 

1aji bpoittfitiJAX) Abpeitt 1 AbfionJAite in-oéAnArii ríotcÁnA te 
heificeA"ÓAib *] iaji -ouosbAil a ^cemn *oon "Ojiomj aji a -ouujcaji An 
■pAcnon, .1. luce leitteAtctur *oo "óeAJAit 1 jjceitj; *j 1 rnbjureAT) 
rrnonn iat> pern atuac Af An scopp CAroitice Aji a "ouu^A-OAf ax\ 
Conf e"oepAuion, .1. Af An ^corh-ceAn^At fíue ~\ CAbfA -j coiriAitl x)o 
fiinneA*OA|t éipeAnnAij eAuoffA pém pÁ niói"oib th'oblA T)é urn 
C05AX) "oo "óéAnAni A5 copnArh An cpei-onii f ípmnis 1 n-éipmn.* 

[séA-onA-ó An Aifue feo]. 

I. ITIúfCxMt T)o rhipne^ó, a ÍMntxa, 

t)feAtntiig peAfCA póf\Ldrm ctntc, 1190 

1n £>ur\ £>p\itt x\t\ pe^*ó ^n filX-pe, 
tU c-aiU, f e-At) a Urnin-f e Unr\c. 

*This introduction is found only in T.C.D., H. 5.10. 



Óedtfuiin Céicmn. 71 

II. 'Oo him|\e.<vó ope pe^tt 50 pix\"ón^ó, 
tTU X)0 pealUvó x\f\ fonn póf, 
5eA|\|AA*ó mín ^p rheAtt *oo bjvág<<vo 1195 

T)o fín za\\ fe^tt n^rhx\*o nóf. 

in. tTlói-oe ip sftánn^ sjváin ^ nsníorhd, 

T)'imi|\c ^n f?eitt goirhig gfiÁrma, 

Cinn oi|\i|\ if c^n^ aáig. 1200 

IV. An cU*«n x)Á 'octig cíf\ ^n U^itginn 
'CMaó cójtá -d|\ ótAnriAit) gdtt 
5é|\ ^iat) riA cogx\ b-A t|\oime, 

Híoja b' iax) |AogA a ctoinne x\n ólAtin. 

V. Aóc ctann rheiUce<Aó ^f\ x* mÁt&ip, 1205 

1Tlic 5^n ó^p 1 5CjaÍoóxm£> U&5 
Cá cac-aih av\ age otfidip, 
Í1x\c-Ai|\ nirhe An ocfiAif iat>. 

VI. An cU\nn c^fi iocc Tnmifc peitte 

Af\ -d m^úxMjA, mifce a gcion, 1210 

*Oo *óiól cilt if zuAt if ce^fim^nn, 
A tipuAt titin ní me-Af\ttx\lt rrnon. 
VII. AfA fcát fíte *oo fíf cos^vó, 

T)o óuif\ cut fe cj\eiT>adrh *oit, 
U-á|\ éif nfbi*oe t>o rhedf c connjt<vó 1215 

tDói'oe if te^fc a lonnft<vó titi. 

VIII. CU\nn 1f|\^et u^ija 'jm* 1 éigipu 
p^ ^nb|\ofo nijAC n^rhxvo T)é 
go mbjuocc ngléif-iomt^m nge^f nT>ot\ófw\, 
éipomLáin -oexxf cotc^ X)é. (Ex. x.)* 1220 

* These marginal references are to be found only in H. 5, 10. 



72 X)ÁnzA, Arhftáin ip Caoince 

ix. j \a\\ x)ue,A6c Cf\í tí)uif\ 1iuAt> óum fiéit)cig. 
Hot) n^|A bex\U\c |\oirhe |\i^rh, 
Sléibue uorm te zaoX) d ftige 

tl^on a mbonn j\e ^ite ^fu^n. (Ex. xiv.) 

x. tlót) 'n-AjA b-átxvó btntme bojAbx\, 1225 

T)o bí 1 T)cóif 50 Cfi eAtAn n5^|\b, 
g^n tou xMpm, 5-An coingteic 5Céitne,c\nn, 
tn^i"óm oi|\*óeific v\a tnbéime^nn mb*.\lb. 
XL g^n An Coirh*óe *oo core x/fe^pcxMb 

5uj\ pe^fA -pijAtneinc pe^f^T) pp^f, 1230 

1 rmíot T)o p|\oinn av\ ptúf\ neArht)^, 
An f\oinn úja b-A bfAex\gcA bl^f. 

XII. 5^c bU\f bA ttn^n teif ^aó m^c^otii 

&\\ av\ mAnnA x>Á rheAv péin. (Sap. xvi.) 
ptu\f\]M*o caza nA 5c e Ann r^AnAC 1235 

Ple-At) n-A IptAtA f\14flAC félt). 

XIII. 5^n T)UAt>, -gAn cfeiffig, 5^11 Cfwoúáft 

S-Ájwó pfoinne ^5 pobAl ífiój^ 
A5 ^n luce a Uon ^n f-ápxM$ 

Tlí bíot) r^fi An LÁ-jrAin tón. 1240 

XIV. gufA g^b T)éifuin |MA tTOfiúóc nirhe 

Tleoi*oe boóc>A btntme T)é , m 
tTUfi gufi *oombU*f ^n *opúcc nu^gAif, 

UojAtn^f jm bfiúcc uaX)ai\\ é. (Num. XXI.) 
XV. "Uc^n! -$An A^Amn ón éi^ipc, 1245 

Oinrnuin 5^5^ ip 5^i|\teo5 *óoifib, 
5^c tne^c^n, sac tup *oo leAt-vA\n, 
X)eACA^\\^ bpup T)'e^fb^i*ó oipn!" (Num. xi.) 



SeAtpúm Céicmn. 73 

XVI. tlxvó v\a T)Cfvu^g^n ^An caoim céitte, 

5uj\ 6ío|A|AbxM*ó X)}A An potMl pfiÁif, 1250 
poUat T>'f íof\-f uil if cóifi ótn^e 
te *oíogxMl rhóifi bjuiiDe if UÁip. 

xvii. CU\nn 1f jvaet if í éi|\e, 

Gigipc eite a séibe^rm s^rm, 
A 1Tluif\ Rtnvó f <a "pe&pzA péile, (Num. xxi.) 
t)e^|\c^ a buxvó ^j\ gléijie g^U. 1256 

xviii. A bptúf\ ne^rht)A AnuAf ón t>pi|\tneinc 
G-agLAif X)é 'nA *oe^tlfUAt) péin, 
tón 5^n loóc, ^An "oíopc, 5^n T)-Ait)t)pe^f , 
1 5Coj\p Cfuopc te fxM'óbjAe^f péin. 1260 

XIX. A f óg 5An -oiiAt), 5^0 tmiI ó<c\bf\4 

'tl^ cionn C15 ó 10ÓC nA bpe^|\c, 
THviifi if cífi, T)i^ «A^ur *ouine, 
Cm Tnot) n^c ctnle 45 ce-Aóc ? 

XX. tup Gi^ipue if meite meACAn 1265 

ITIot)^ ctAon^ ^n óf\ei*oirh clé, 
1f heA\\zA gníorhA 5AT1 gf\u\ng,A 
TMoga f\e<AócA if |\i^gtA |\é. 

XXI. porm Gx\£)fv<\c 1 bpxvóuil Gigipc 

ponn A]\ corhxM|Ate 'oo cóit) (Consilium 
Supremum) 1270 

X)'pAt>ml X)\\ém An cjAei*oirh coUMg, 
Ueibi*ó céitn ón conAi\\ óóifi. 



74 X>ÁnzA, Arhjvám if Caomce 

xxii. An -ponn céxvon^ 1 mex\f c <áf\ maoAorii, 
1Tló|\ An b^og^t ^ £>eit póf, 
6^5^11 ^n can 'n-dji tf 615 éij\e, 1275 

tTléiT) T)o g^t) 'n-d C|\éi"óe a\\ 'ocóf. 

XXIII. 'S tnójt ^n n<áif\e 1 n-Ainitn pífém 

t)'Aicme t)Áf\ -óti-dt gtioc^f 5tmn, 
tlé^púm fcÁic ^s fciuijA a n-eAtAp, 

1 n-^iu nut v\ac C|\e^CAó citt. 1280 

xxiv. Uus |\ó a bptnnn 1 ttponn x\a citte, 
Coinnle-bÁmce a\< btnt)ni£> cjtá, 
t)Mf 'jgá gctomn 1 x\^\<x\At>A\X> ^a^za, 
ÍY\a\\ fAomn ua'óaiX) Ia^za IÁ. 

XXV. 1T)aija5 t>á *ociocpvó zá\\ av\ *oorh^in 1285 

X>0 "OUt A\\ \At 5^e*Ólt gUMfj 

XY\a\\ X)a T)ú T)o fíof\ 4f\ f íolfxvó, 
T)o ótú ^níorh ón jríogjvAit) frvaif. 

xxvi. 1De^f éitig nó emg óf\eiT)irh, 

tn^jA ólú a\\ n*out n^ evince 1 scém, 1290 
Tie cíf\ W gtóf\ gnÁt x>Á cajm*ó, 
p^t bAt> tó|\ te Láfvvó tém. 

XXVII. *U|\é cÁif\ -ojiuoUAneirhe 1 n-Allór>, 
1f ntnrhi|\ (E^bjidó 1^|\ n-éA%, 
A t)CÁf\ úfi *oo ófvdt) n^|\ óofrh^it, 1295 

A U\n f út T)o g^f}AAiX) 5fé^5. 

* This stanza is found only in H. 5. 10. 



ae^u^um Céicinn. 75 

xxviii. Uf\é t^i|\ óuifp óoifjie^ct-A ^n CoinroeAt), 
Ceifc nAC pu-Af cl^nn poifóe^nn aáig, 

'S ne^tM T)íon n^ -oíog-dL *o<Áit). 1300 

xxix. CafUMT) t,úicei^ toc-AiT) C^itbin, 
Cói|\ a toc<vó, tíorht>A ^ mrh, 
tló^n ! -ArhxMfC fonn x\n f ciarh^ó, 
tn^UMfC nA n*oonn ^aV>ac f\it>. 

xxx. Cf\ei*oe,drh CfAÍof c j\e Cfiei-oeAtfi Lúiceip, 1305 
t^oó T)o txdrmA t)etjMbúb, 

IxVÓA'Ó 5f íf 4 f neAÓZA fÚT). 

xxxi. 5<Aoif An T>orr\nÁm *oeif e ^ lé^x^, 

teirhe xfpAóAm Íojm ^ "ó^it, 1310 

gibe f\if 5A6 xMtnfif imge-áf , 
1f é , o , Aimfig imfie^f ^15. 

XXXII. U^i|\e |\ioc, -A Oile^in éifioAnn, 

TlÁ tei5 níof fix\ ftnm 1 tní-rhe^f, 1315 

Ci^ txro ótoinn t>up *oitex\f *otnc. 

xxxiil. *Oon ctoinn, hA cUxon 1 scúif c|\eit)irh, 
'S 1 5C-Áf T)ífte T)ia T)o f pro, 
Obt^jA Li£> 50 tofunrme ^n £>t^tA 

5<ac 5111 ctoirme zIáúa cfíT). 1320 

xxxiv. Af fon t>eit *oo xx\aca\X> 1THle<<vó, 
tlÁ me-Af ionrifVAic j \a*o A-mÁm, 
\!éAc z\\Á Ann X)o tye^-pne ip xnte 
TM ceinn-'bite age Oil. 



76 X)ÁnzA y Arhjiam if CAomze 

xxxv. A\\ f on f CxSite t>o fodit C|AeiT)e^ifi, 1325 

C|\eiT)ce gníorh poirh c^unc if cxm;\c, 
Ón corhxMtAte xmjvo -aja éifim, 

Tló-'óoitge, a rhxMfs, -o' éijimn Aific. 
xxxvi. A|a f on óonaiUte nó comtxái'ó, 

tlAó ce^n^l^nn f ub^itce ftu^g, 1330 

Aóc te 5A0t £oLa nó peota, 

T)on^ An 6-AO|\ n^ó t>eot)<d biMn. 

xxxvn. Af f on óíAeiT)irh 50 *oi<\n -oífie^ó, 
5^ti T>ut f eAó ^\nonn n^ a-viaII, 
A *oceAt)tn4 za\\ tÁm *oo tionnlAic, 1335 

TXdiL n^ pe^'ónA if ionnfu\ic ^nn. 

xxxvill. A5 fo >ón ótann if cU\nn tmj\í|u£>, 
tlm fo if fínce p úg *oo óíoó, 
t)íoT) 1 ^céitn 5tj|\ b'i^vo t>o b' ífte, 

1f 1^*0 jrém ip -oífle *oío£>. 1340 

xxxxix. tlí tn^vo i^p-Af Áw x\Á onóiji. 

WÁ AVl ^eA\\ CUAf T)0 tjAe^fCfUT) fíOf, 

U'ponn if cóif\ cu^ca ^An oijvéxvo, 
T)ói£> if zu^tA a 5C0irhé^T) cíof. 

XL. tTlíte 50 teit fé if fe^óc tipciT) 1345 

AnT)^it Íojm i^fi n-uxM|A 5-An gó, 
Aitnrex\f\ ¥)UAt)A r\A X>pAl ttpe^tró^, 
tlí cuaIa |\i^rh mexxnm^ if mó. 

trmscAit t)o misneAó. 

[MSS. R.I.A. - 2 * , ** ; MM. i ; T.C.D., H. 5. 10. The text 
(jr. 23 N, 15 

is taken principally from H. 5. 10, which was written, according to 
O'Donovan, on the Continent, between 1630 and 1650, A.D. The page 
immediately preceeding the introduction of this poem bears the date, 
1646.] 



Óe^t|\úin Céiann. 77 



XVII. 

A X)AViX)A t)05-0rh TXttlA T)tI<Mt3SeAÓ. 

ScjieAncÁn curriAT) &\\ S^tAfi é^moinn fhic piAjiAif. 
[CAOinexvó.] 

I. A ÍUnb^ bo^-orh 'óori-A "óuxMbf e^ó, 

1f cú An bodn 5^\n jmóuiíi tMitte, 1350 

"^r\Át mr\á\\ ^A^\ s mA 1*0 *ónvó bu<<MT)fAa<yó, 
1f c|Aeit)m 1 n-tn"óe 54c U*oi t>o*o rm^\ó<\f\. 

II. 1f iom*ó^ le^nnÁn T>fAedó-bU\ic TmAf-bos, 
C|\ót)^ CAttnx\ ^mú^ u^ib|Ae^ó, 
Typuilms beo-gtnn gteo if ^tiAf^óc, 1355 

A5 cofn^rh *oo óei|AC-pe, a inif fu-dijv£Litió. 

III. Uf\í ÓéxVO bllxVÓ-Atl C1xM1 0*0 CU-At<VÓ, 

1f *o'x$1tlg ^|A T)CÓf JTÓfA T)0 ÓftU-AÓ-Alb. 1360 

IV. Ó fin aviaH, t>á]\ te^tn, nío^ fiixMrhne^ó. 

Ue^rhAip nA ngi-Att, 51*0 cun tep bu-Ai-óe^vó, 

V. U^ini5 T)^nftn^óc 5^Lt, ^ tiuxM|\-fe, 1365 

Af\ 1nif pMt riA n-^fvo-rh^g n-UAine, 
5«|A tféi^f eAT> nóf if f eot via f tnvó-fUMú 
1 tigrnorh^ib gxMfdt) f 1 n-xMtpif gtixMfxe. 



78 T)ÁnzA, Arhjvám if Cáomce 

VI. An foifie^nn 6tif-f e ^noif ^An biMi-ófexvó, 

*Oot) cineAt)-f e, a rhúfi-rh^g Lúig-óeAó LtMigne, 
1f é if c^if me^fu T>on g^fjtAit) gu^s^ig, 1371 
tlájMoi e^ó if xMC|\e,db UA^neAC. 

VII. *Oá n->Ái|Arhinn ti4in*oeife, a X)a\\X)a £)f\tiAC-gLAn, 

T)0 b'-<Á*Ót)^fl lAlfZA T)OT) te^c^iti ^ UlxVÓxVÓ, 

*Oo ótAtiriA btin^i'ó rriAp tu^A^ 1 bpuxMfe, 1375 

1f C-dt Ap X)A\ % ZA]\X)A^X) T>AVIA\\ 1f T)U-d1|AC-f?e^f. 

VIII. X)o C]\Ái} *óuiu, -A éi|\e Cft4otxdó 6n«Aif-ge<At, 

T)o ftiocc 5<\et)it glxMf ní g^b^i|\ cjuixMge, 

ptAnu^cion if >AtienACion *o.á nu^g^t), 

1f cfiutKAf gotninico'^cótitn^t) T)o online. 1380 

IX. *Oo ctnfiif T)o óf^nn, a f^nncdó fti^icmt), 
Aj^ 5>aó t>ao] x>on Une nuxvó f o, 
T)o Se,An-goitl pein ap clé a% c^ti^-ó-got ; 

tlí •OÓlt) ÓÍOfVAIf T)0 *ÓU\01 , Ó TDtJ^t^Ó. 

X. T)o-6ím-f e, a rh^t^c^ó ^ócmtiif e^ó |\ uA^eAó, 
5ti|A cpéisexvó te-AU, 51*6 be^fu n^ *óu^t 

•otnc, 1385 

An T>peAm -o'fuitins 50 mime a *ouu^5^in 
T) , fAot)^t^ lt) ^™ tig^r *oteAnn tf Cf\ti4i*ó- 
fte^g. 

XI. T)o -óóitAUir *oo "óúit -A T>^úm s^n cfUAifice^r, 
A|\ 5^0 CAy ZAM[\e ó S^cjMib tm nsUMife^nn, 
SAoitue>Af ti£> 51^ nn)iite r^S^F 13 ^1 

5-aó n-otnne *o^ £>' xJ^m x\n fvACA if At) 



Se^t^um Céicinn. 79 

XII. Cutn^ fiútfi, a fcfi-dm^ó fcu-AOdó, 

tlí CfvÁt éAT>A fe*o gné guat/o-A, 

'S ^caoi, -A rhéi|\*otAe^c, éxvouf\om uaIIaó, 

SLán ti-A bfeAfi jmt> óne^p T)o fu^t^t). 1396 

XIII. UfMti *oo rhí-^ig, -A rmori-cLdij\ Uu^t^iL, 

tlí C15 Tnom-jM <a fiíorh x>on óu-aijic feo, 
'Oo bjufe^vó ^n óof b^ pof c x>ox> bu.án-bUM'ó, 
1f níojA b' lon^n-At) a bfieot), b^\ rhóp a 
hUAlAó. 1400 

XIV. T)o bí T)AormA(x: 6i|\e^nn tMipci, 

'S An féite 50 tiéigne^c -Afi a ^u^itmb, 

1f 5^n ne-Aó 'f xMi 5Cf\íó f eo Tfv *oo LuxM'ó-pad'ó, 

T)ut 'na conótdtin T)'fOf\u^óc a pu^ú-ttnp^. 

XV. *Oo ipÁ^Ai) uijrá *oo rhui|Ae^fi n^ tiu^ige 1405 

Aigne-at) av\ oinig ip wa tiu^ifle, 

5|\Á-ó ^aw rhe^b^t ^aví óaI^ 5^11 ótuain- 

1f me-Anm-aw bun!) 5^n t>úiL 1 vruAw-leA^ . 

XVI. Cotug^t) ctMf 5^n pMji 5^n pu^friA'ó,, 

tliAf\ íia béi^f e if T>f\é^cu-gU\n •ou^n-Aó, 
tDiA'ó-A'ó boóc if noóc a$ tMinib, 1411 

1f THonuigteoijAex\cc *oftlaAóc if CfitiAg-t^. 

xvii. pofirAóc n<A bp-Ann 1 n-,Atn n^ suAipe, 

t)^ifVO if b,AOAig if ,AtnAiT)e ip pu.Ai'o-boióc, 

Afl -AOtl jAÍOgA 1f AOlglt) <AH CU-A1f C1fVC, 1415 

5^n pof c-At> jie tMon 50 céAóc 'oon fcu-Ag- 
bjing. 



80 X>ÁnzA ) AmfvAin if D01r.ce 

XVIII. tTIO CfUVÓ-fM AVi COf T)0 t01C tno tUxVÓAlt, 

1f r>'-pÁ'5A\t) m'^rh^c s^n edCAt *oo*o tu^i|\im, 
tn'mcmn xxbAi'ó, te' gce^p^im £aó nu- 

xM*óe^cc, 
1f pio|\ gun ceite^vó *p-Á rheifi^ a fti-áifvceAf. 

xix. 1Tlo cút, 5é|A f\exMfi-4f\, *oo ppe-aUvó *oa bfitiA- 
6-Aib, 1421 

'S ^ né^tCA bA gnát 'n^ bx^fi *o^ fiu^sxvo, 
Hi Ait|iifim f céx\t, ni téigim cjui^'ó-no'o, 
'S -An 5A]M im be^t, mo tédn, *oo pu-Aige-dt). 

XX. 1f cofrhxMt mo gn^oi f\e tig nx\ tu^cjvd, 1425 
1f AnX)?Ann cjtÁigce earn -Lag ufiu^g mé, 
Se^ótiAim x\oibne^f, bim aj^ rm^tt-got, 
1f mo t>eA\\c& X)Á X)\\av\a\\ T>o-gnro T)e<dfi5 An 
zua\\ fin. 
xxi. An cop T)o teon^t) teojv T)om tu^t-gtnn, 

1f T)o b^it) m'mcmn 1 tmn guajvo-Ait, 1430 
tli ftaitingim ceot, ní frógn^nn fiMn *oom, 
ílí ttngim a\k te^b-Ait) if ni f^n^im-pe u«dici. 

xxii. triune bA'ó ptán ^n cn^rh if UxMfte, 

CxMcpexVO beit Cf\i*o 1 míopp ^aó fUA\vtr\A, 
1f ttnge Ap mo pjMtcxMp, n«áf\ óte^ccxxf 1m 
bti-ÁóAitt, 1435 

tYUj\ 5AÓ f e^nT)tiine <aj\ c^ijifig nx\ tiw^ige. 

xxiii. Ace ni feAT)A\\ y TMjt AnmAin ua\\ac, 

Ci-A 'o'ó^xMb nA £óT)tA T)o tti^it)pnn, 

T)^ óóij\ ce^nn^\f ctáifi t),Anb<A ^n tixMf peo, 

Aóc tTUc Pi^^if p^t-gUxn fUAX)\\Ac. 1440 



SeAtpuin Céicinn. 81 

xxiv. pe^ if f éi*óe méin t>á scuaUvó, 

paafi v\a6 ct-doit)ex\nn *oá pofi-tuót; ipuAtA, 
peap tiAó f e-Aón^nn texxt^ó *oo fttu\g.Ai£>, 

xxv. Se^c tno óf\oit)e-fe aíi jmoi 5-An ófui,<yó- 
gUif 1445 

Ap f eotMib r-Aojid ^n cf^og-Ait f u^ftaig, 
1f 5^6 mt) X)A ótú T)^ gnúif m^f\ nu^fug, 
Híofi t^ifc 'n^ óópjtd, j?óp nÁ ttíA'ó xmja. 

xxvi. ttlo gjU-ó-fx* An Cfi^c-fUMt ciAUrhAfi óu^nn-A, 

t)fu\ti-án t>jVAn*otii£) ^n cpeatiA ^^n cjw<a$- 
Laó, 1450 

1f 50 mbí poAtxVO ^5 f e^f^rh 50 tuiAill-tíie<\f\ 
A ns^U/o-Aóu cacai|\ níofv a^ cjug u^td. 

xxvii tlíofi Le^n *o-Á nóp, níof\ fób^\\ bu^m fii^, 
ílí hion^rm ip i<a*o rrí i^nfVArm u^i^ne^f, 
tlí t>Á ■ónMfimín 'n-a *óixvó tMop -A fW-AC^fi, 1455 
1f 50 og x\n ófCA -Aja bójvo níofi f tnti^in "out. 

xxviii. A pÁT>fiAi5 ex\fp-<Mt, t)o tie^rmtng 50 buAc&ó, 

An inif naorhcA Héitt if tlu^vó^c, 

1f T)o f\\of\ An citiexvó f o a\k ip^e<\nn bjui^ó- 
•óub, 

SLántng é^monn ^fA scjvdob óntMjMig. 1460 

xxix. A "Óé, T)o •óe^tbtng zÁlArh 50 txáif\f\-fii^gLAó, 
Spéi|\ if pxMji^e pAtcrh^f\ rhe^p cáini^r caó, 
5^ot ip pe^ftAin ip fne-Aóux* ip tÁ sju^nTM, 
gé^f 50 ZAp&\t> 'via fe-Af ^rh •oomtTlAspi-AfVAip. 



82 *OAtíZA, Arhjtám if C-Aoince. 

xxx péinniT) f eA]\t>A -peAjMc 5UM1 ipÁ\t-6\All\r\A^, 1465 
XY\Ao\\t>A triAif e^c 5-An CMI5 5^n Cx$ifu,AfCx\cc, 
Ufé^n-pUMt Th<AóxM|\e CxMfit if cUSi|\-i^it 

Ctn|\c, 
1f 56^5 n^ó t>&acai'ó T)o fe-AnxVú xmi j\Áif\-f?i<At- 
rh^c. 

xxxi. 1T)o léAn v\ac pMcim ,a f\Atfi,ditc Y^ n ^ 1 f c m^riTo-A, 

A|\ rhéin 5411 rh^txM|\c x\|\ ^igne^t) ,Áijvo-Uf\i,A- 

c^ó 1470 

A|a ceitt a^ cne^fc^óc -aj\ fex\6n^*ó cáija- 

1f Af\ c^omiut) -A teAn^AX) 1 LAt!>^nc,Ai£> TMtti 
-oiAn-rhAic. 

A t)At1t)A t)0501Í1. 



[MSS., R.I.A. -pL, -S- ; M M. vii. The above text is prin- 

23 

cipally from g^-jgj 



XVIII. 
is UAigneAo mnu. 

-Afi C a cai|i *Óúin lAfc, lAfi n-éA5 CijeAjtriA x\& CAtfiAÓ. 
[CAOineA-ó]. 

I. 1f u^i^neAó T)tnu, -A pinjic n^ topfiorh-fLAiC, 
A tut-AC t^icnexMti-Ac -Aftnt-A ^oit)inn, 
T)o-conn-A|\c u-Aip, tixSjA b'ti^CA'ó'óíb-fe, 1475 
5é C-A01 Atiocc ^An fcor pe jrAoiú£>, 



Se^cfvúin Céiuinn. 83 

II. 1Tlo ó|\eAÓ fÁ x>ó, mo bfión, mo £)íot)5<<vó, 

1Do b|\oiT) ¥)UAVi T)o gfiíixMtn, a rhírvqie^b, 
A 1lóirh via 5ctiAfi, a xxwaví mo óf oit)e-f e, 
Céim a\\ gctit T)o*o ctú níof\ f\Aoile<Aj\ 1480 

ill. 1f T)u\n *oo cex\t5 tné An ViaIIa X)a f\Aoif\e, 

1f ton5po|\c \,Aomt>A r\A Iaoc\\at> UomtA, 
5|u^n^n ^nÁtAC *o^irhe if "OjtAoice, 

fin. 

IV. * UjuuAg n-AÓ jván^s eÁ|\p n^\ ti^oipe, 1485 

Sut T)oconn^f\c t>o rhuifunn "pÁ rru\oice, 
S^ogx\t peAZA ní rhe^jMim r>Á tMún, 

k*Oo beit x\5-Atn C|\é rh«<\U\ij\c tno cpíce. 



V. 1p ^nbjMnn áf\p<Ait> cj^igce tMm-pe, 

X)om óéib if *oedCAi]\ ^av\ ^a\,a te pífi-nirh, 1490 
tlmn mo *óe^|AC t>o ó^ic au CAoióe, 
'O'éif x\ X)\:aca X)o fi^cctn^f ^n fíg-lif. 



VI. 1f long 5^n U\pu av\ tpe^b *oo-cím-pe, 

T)o tinn 5-Ati 1^5 ^|\ gju-Ati-rfiuig rhíolc^, 

X)o cjvdnn 5^n cofuvó if cof rh^it 1 bpog^if\1495 

An tnúp m<Mf eAC fn^pc^ fnxMt)tne^c. 

vii. CUxonxvú có|\a gteo if 5f\íf-nirh, 

At)n^*ó jmLa if b^s^f bíot)t)^ , ó, 

UufAru\rh cf\iAt ip 'OMctiip x)ítte^óu, 

t)eic iriA ^riAó fpeAlcx\ T)on f\íog-bpug. 1500 

*H. 5. 19 commences here, the first three quatrains being lost. 



84 TMnc-A, Arhfiáw ip Caowce 

viii. Cfe^ó 5<ah Aifio^ nó if j^LAfi s^n wc-lmt), 

tTlAOtugxvó tne^ntn^ti, T)e^CAif if tMoifife, 

ix. potrhtigA'ó pUMtip if ce^fcxvó c^oif e^ó 1505 
Leotixvó Laoó if f-AobAt) fine, 
CiAó-£>fu\c cjunnnigte -AnrhutLAó ^aó mx\oitmn 
T)o rhúó jvac n-A CAtjvAo c-Aoirhe. 

x. ZS 5«t n^ jMipge -p^tcrhxMfve píoó*OA, 

1p neirh na n*oúl 1 nsfiúg na s^oite, 1510 

Anp-A"ó if 5^tiAim a\\ óti^nuAito mine, 

1f 1^T) 45 co^At) Cfié cog^it n-A Ujvao! f eo. 

xi. O t)mn ^cujaa-o *oon cuf^r f o -oíte^ó, 

An cú|\ rn^ot if p^on ^n f?ío*ó£>xVó, 1515 

'S a ófiomn cúif, géfi b'úp, *oo C|\íon^*ó. 

xii. 5ép rh^U avi cSitn|% sép £>úig a jrtngte, 
Anocc if ce^nn a stdtn 'f if T>íoófv<\ó, 
U<á 'tiA toumne rnAfi ctntte n-A *oíte^\nn 
Ufié T3ún 1^pc 5-dn M|\fm^ maoine. 1520 

xiTi. A ttjwg £>ex\nn-gtAm fex\nTM fíóg, 

A twiAtCfiA £>le<Aóc n^c *oe^c^it) 1 nrnofCM, 
5«p hoitexvó le^c-jrA ^Laóc T)o cíoc ngLan, 
Aicme cé^'OAC *oon f\éim fvíogfv<yó. 






éeAtfráin Céicmn. 85 

XIV. 1f cú jm te^nn^n *o|\e^ó-ti^ *oítex\rm, 1525 

X)o Síot Oití)i|\ éx\cc^ig fíojvgUMn, 
C<\if oat nxx gcti-AjA níoji cLixtó T>on T)íoj\ttt^, 
5«^ CtHfUf pliocc A\[ f?uit n^ JAÍOg f o. 

xv. pu\rm CAt\\Aó, T)Áp seAllA-ó X)o -óíte^f, 

VIaw r>o 5^i|\me^'ó -Ainm av\ cx\oifig, 1530 

T)o g^t) fe^tb ^fv ce^nn^f x>o ójuóe. 

xvi. eoóxMt) teit-'óe^|A5 ceif\u-£>f\eAt^ó cjAíonn^, 
C^tm>A cjaó'ó-a beot)^ bfAíogrh^p, 
pu*ic "oo |A^ini5 "o^g 5^n *oírhe^f, 1535 

An póft^oif u^jmI óUAnn-A ó-Aom-óe^c. 

xvii. ponngtnne pe^fx\ó gáfc^ s^oifeAó, 

pe^jA m^f\ óáó jm Lán tkvo TMogfUMf, 

1f Cac^I tTUC AO"Úx* tMOJV-gUMI fAOmeAtZA 

Uug -oúit m^n T)o niAtri t>o p^oif\-lif. 1540 

xviii. lom'ó^ r^&t 'oiAin-rhe^fv T)íomj\<\ó, 

ílix)ifve fi^trh^íA 5<Aif ci"ó if 5níorh,4, 
U|\éin-f?e^|\ puA*o|\^ó tiAibf\edó íogiri^f, 
T)o bi^vóxvó le^c-f a 5^n e^p tMit> g^n íoc^. 

xix. Vló ! cá n5^b^i*o -A bpMóirm 'twi Aoit-cig, 1545 
*Oo 5^0 f ó|\c le fpójAC -oo "ÓAOimb ? 
C-Ait)e -an óti-á|A s^n ói-aó 5^n ótaome, 
*Oo-óínn 'jran x>ún -ag p cfiúTMT) .an ÍMobLa ? 



86 X)át\za, Arhftáin if CAomze 

xx. ^Ái^ce ceoit ó coi|\ ce^|\c c^oitie 

X)o X)\\éA^At> ^pÁmne 1 Láirh tJÍ *Ótn£>ne ; 1550 
CAit>e ^n bAnc|\ACU bAnx)A bfVAoi-cex\f\u, 
T)o-cínn ^|\ fte^tMift x\n ti-AttA n^ bpile ? 

xxi. Om 015-pe^f a\\ pecvó t>^ £>pjv-f eif\c 

'S ^5 T)tit 1 t)C^irh T)0 gjvát) n<d f\iog^n ; 
CxM'óe ^n u-ót ó top 5^0 \,ao j \ gil 1555 

50 -puine^t) 5|Aéine um né^tt n-A hoit)ce ? 

xxii. Scofi in-AfC-ftti^ig ^5 x\tntnvóxvó -a ^cfiAoife^c 
T)'éif a 'ocxMfce-út ó cfeAc^ 5-áó cjúóe, 
T)fU)n5 *oon éigf e ip T)féAóc-gU\n *oíogLMtn 
A5 -oé^n^rh -ou^n *oon cptti^g *o<Á n5f\íojwó. 

xxiii. tlc ! mo tiu^ji ! cá huxMfi *oo-cípexvo 1561 

'SxMi fioóu céA-onA ^n 5lé-£>fuig ^n^oi-ge^t ? 
ITI^ Udmce^ a cui|A ó tig *oá ^oijvoe, 
Léi5te-A|\ rru\fi fin a tfunt 50 nípe><\t. 

xxiv. UjUMg mo cúf\j\A, a cú n^ trn-óe^n, 1565 

A f\Aog,<\il f\AnncAig rhe^tiUMg txdoipig, 
An múf\ T)o-óonnA|\c 1 n-ufUM'ó 50 tíonrruAfi 
ÍTl^|\ zá f é 1 mbliA-ón^ 'n^ pAX)\\A píce. 

xxv. tlc ! mo -úeACAipl *oo óe^t^ mo cU-pe 

1of zat> tía bpLáit t>jMif\pin5 ttjríonrh^, 1570 
An f,<\ofi-bf\ug f e^f \tiac x>eAVóAó T)íonrh^f\ 
t1^\ cn^rh fpxMjinne aca r>Á ffu\oite<vó. 






ée^tjAúin Céicirm. 87 

xxvi. tDo óeifc A\y eotc^it) pó*oU\ p\\e : 

C|\é,<ro é An né^lt po if *oéme t)iog^itc, 
X)o *óof\cuig uLacc n& CAt]\Ac c^oirhe 1575 
'S T>o-Deif\ 50 Vm-áisneaó bfui^c^pt-te.xcc ? 

XXVII An ceifc feo óuifvirn if u|\^f^ pc-Aoite.vVó, 

6^5 -á U|\iac if cixMi if cinrhneAó 

T)on jváró fu\crh^f\ Á\\\*A\t> Aoibirm. 1580 

xxviii. pi^pjungim Cfvá T)on -Áf\up CAoib-ge.At, 

Cf\éA*o ipÁ fcpuit 'f-Ati fiocc fo f\íotfiúim ; 
Pf e^sfi^p mé 50 f\éit> s^n nigneap 
gup nocc Uátn 50 be-Aóc -ó rhío-fidt. 

xxix. i( \?Át mo "óon^if 5^n po^u^óc 5^11 pxoip- 
e-Arh," 1585 

T)o fÁT) -Ati Ufe^t) v\a\\ rhe^c^ míLit) ; 
" tMf tno nu^c^ifi uajtaiI ícó^in 
" *Oo-t)ei|A ^irmeif e ^5 te^n^rhxMn T)íotn-p^. 






xxx. " TM m^ijie^'ó mo céite CAorh-gt^n cf\íonn-A, 

" 13^*0 cinn teif g^n ceipc mo -óíot-f^, 1590 

" T)e-Ag-rtiAc til Áifve, f-Áf t)om *óíT)e^ti, 

" 5^n tuóc -á5^m TMf\ cte^cu^f g^n "oíbifu;. 



xxxi. " T)o gabAp f e^t^T) 50 ne-A|\crh-A|\ f-AH uíp f eo, 
u 1p 5^0 pex\f\ pe«AfiAirm x>Á íi^icme ^Á cíop 

T)om, 
" A mí|\ cujv<vó if cu^^m *oo -oíongvVú, 1595 
" 'S -Anocu T)om t)óig ní móp mo f)ígmc. 



88 TtÁntA, Arhjváin if C^oinue 

xxxii. " 1f c\\Át) Uom 1 ^cionn mo fCf\íbe, 

" ^5 ftt te íie^ó 5^6 pe-Aóc ní fínim, 
" ^eotixvó cexvo as m^icit) tnuirhne^ó, 
" git) le^fc f c^jAAt) |\e a 5CxM*of\exMii coi*óóe." 

1600 



is tiAisneAó T)viiu. 

[MSS., R.LA. g?|. » _^L ; M.M. vii ; T.C.D. H. 5. 19. The best 

MS. is H. 5. 19, but the title and the first twelve lines are wanting. 
It also wants 11. 1551-1554. The text follows principally H. 5. 19, 

23 

and the lacuuae are supplied from ^ .] 

(jr. Lo 



CKioC. 



VABLE LEOTIONES. 



The 


following 


abbreviations are i 


ised : — 








R. 1. 


FOR 


RIA i^5 


R. 23 


FOR 


R.I.A 


23 

M. 16 


R. 2 


it 


23 
" B. 37 


R. 24 


» 


» 


•28 
M. 23 


R. 3 


H 


23 
" C. 30 


R. 25 


a 


a 


23 

M. 46 


R. 4 


a 


23 
" E. 16 


R. 26 


n 


tt 


23 
M. 47 


R. 5 


l» 


23 
" G. 1 


R. 27 


» 


>> 


23 
N. 3 


R. 6 


It 


23 
" G. 3 


R. 28 


»> 


» 


23 

N. 13 


R. 7 


a 


23 
" G. 10 


R. 29 


jj 


>3 


23 

N. 14 


R. 8 


>) 


23 
" G. 20 


R. 30 


>) 


J> 


23 

N. 15 


R. 9 


» 


23 
" G. 23 


R. 31 


j) 


it 


23 
0. 15 


R. 10 


„ 


23 

" G. 24 


R. 32 


» 


it 


23 
0. 39 


R. 11 


ji 


23 
" G. 27 


R. 33 


)> 


" 


24 
D. 9 


R. 12 


1» 


23 
" I. 18 

23 
" I. 26 

23 
" I. 43 

23 
" K. 20 


M. 1 


FOR Murphy MMS. May- 
nooth No. i. 


R. 13 
R. 14 
R. 15 


n 
n 


M. 2 
M. 3 
M. 4 
M. 5 
M. 6 
M. 7 


tt 
tt 


J) 

it 

tt 

If 


ii. 

vii. 

ix. 

X. 

xii. 
xiii. 


R. 16 


a 


23 
" K. 25 


M. 8 
M. 9 


» 


J) 


xiv. 
lxxi. 


R. 17 
R. 18 


it 


23 
" L. 16 

23 
" L. 26 

23 
" L. 32 

23 
" L. 34 

23 
" L. 35 


M. 10 
M. 11 
M. 12 
M. 13 


» 
>> 


tt 
it 

n 

55 


lxxii. 
xciv. 
xcv. 
xcvi. 


R. 19 
R. 20 


a 
tt 


T. 1 
T. 2 
T. 3 
T. 4 
T. 5 


FOR T.C 


D. H. 

, H. 
, H. 
, H. 
, H. 


2,5. 
4,5. 
4, 14. 
4, 15. 
4, 24. 


R. 21 


tt 


T. 6 
T. 7 


tt t 

it J 


, H. 
, H. 


4,30. 
5, 10. 


R. 22 


tt 


23 
" L. 37 


T. 8 

N. 


tt 1 
„ King's 


, H. 
Inns, 


5, 19. 
No. 6. 



90 VARLE LÉCTIONES. 

L 1. 1rmilir, omnes. An ^AO-ÓA^e, T. 5. An gAe-óitje, al. 1. 3. 
5éA|tÓAOin fAOfibmn 3AfT>A. T. 5; 5eAjicAom, omitted, aZ. 1. 4. £ic. 
T. 5 ; reim ruAiftc rutubtArcA, <x£. 1. 5. £e AbftA"ó, T. 5. 1. 7. Uauat) 
uijtue, T. 5; uaúa tnjiúe, pref. to Keat. Hist. (Dublin, 1859), p. x. ; 
tmn, T. 5; Lmj, al. 1 8. puAim focAit, T. 5; r:uA|iAim -pocAit, a£. ; 
comAom, T. 5., pref. to Keat. Hist. ; comAin, al. 

1. 12. sic. Hardiman ; AuueAnnA-oeAjiJA, R. 23 ; a ueAnjA -oeAf^A, 
R. 4; a ueAnjA ^eAjtjA-ó, Gaelic Journal, No. 54, p. 91. 1. 16. sic. 
R. 4; te h-éi3pb, Hardiman. 1. 19. mocion -oon cé, Hardiman. 
1. 30. neAmbocu, omnes. 1. 31, *Ó|iomctA-ótiib, Hardiman, 

1. 33. Cjtém r^. aji. T. 7 ; óm rceoil *oo cjiáit> mAJ fÁit, R. 19; 
cAmce, R. 27. 1. 37. pUir, R. 9 ; ptiÁir, M. 5, T. 7, R. 26, R. 19. 
1.38. fhojuit, M. 5, R. 9 ; mo^At, R. 19; mo^uil, T. 7; mox)uit, 
R. 22, R. 27 ; mo-ÓAniAit, R. 16. 1. 39. sic. T. 7, R. 16, R. 22; nil 
FÁ3ÚA, M. 5. 1. 40. CjiÁnA, MS. of m. 05 Ó tonjÁm, collated by Dr. 
Hickey of Maynooth ; cfiÁnAé, all other MSS. 1.41. T)Á uuosAijt, 
all except R. 19 and T. 5, which read -oAft úosuift ; -pmne, R. 9, T. 5, 
M. 5; fine, R. 26, R. 19 ; rmeA-o, R. 22. 1. 42. Óiftftiocc, R. 22; 
óijifUor, T. 7, R. 19; oijiUof, M. 5, R. 9, R. 26; CaoiI mbjieAg 
R. 19; ÓAOitcinx, all the others. 1. 43. gonnAbjiuijne, T. 7; jjun- 
nA-óbtitaigne, R. 19. 1. 45. sic. M. 5, T. 7, R. 19 ; teogAin, R. 9, R. 
26. 1. 46. clÁiú, T. 7 ; cÁfi, a?. ; jiottA ruAoite, T. 7 ; jioVIa f cílte, R. 
19; ftotU rsAoite, M. 5, R. 22; jiolU Af5AOite, R. 26. 1. 47. S. e. 
5An ajvo, T. 7 ; uIaiu <x£. 1. 48. sic. R. 22, bAnujimt, R. 9; bÁncr-fiuit, 
all the others. 1. 50. ^éfi 5., R. 9, R. 26 ; 510-0 ^AibceAC, R. 22 ; IÁ, 
T 7, A3, most of other MSS. 1. 51. sic. T. 7, R. 9, M. 5 ; A3 C03A, R. 
22 ; A13 C05AX), R. 26. 1. 55. £)Áiu, T. 7, R. 19 ; bj? Alt, M. 5, R. 9, and 
the others. 1. 26. T>Á bpoUAfoibi|tu, T. 7, R. 19. 1. 57. Ójiíoc 
cCuijic, T. 7 ; cjiioc Cuiftc, R. 19 ; cjn'c Cwrc, R. 26 ; cjtioc Cuijic, 
M. 5. 1. 58. bfobtAr n-oíotuAc R. 19. 1, 59. ní móji AthÁin 511ft 
peAjifi a bp., T. 7 ; x>om cÁijvoib a bpor^A-ó -oitmn, R. 19 ; •oíottmn, 
most MSS. ; -oio^Uiim, Dr. Hickey's MS. 1. 60. ArhÁin, most MSS ; 
uÁji ÁjfOAib uonninb Ct., T. 7 ; a bpÁn, M.6. 

1. 63. AmtjjiAc, R. 19 ; ArhuifireAc, R. 10; cAmAjirAc, Hardiman; 
AeVoA, R 19 ; Aobx>A, R. 10, Hard. ; feAfictnutAc, R. 10, 
Hard. ; feAficft^Ac, R. 19. 1. 64. bjiA-OfiiinAc, MSS. ; bfiÁ^Aix)- 
ftunAc, Hard. 1. 66. "PeAJ; 5túmAc, R. 10 ; -peAc-jbunAc, 
Hard. 1. 68. bACAtt-poilu, Hard. ; cAfin-f* otu, MSS. 1. 70. Aox>- 
ftúriilA, R. 10 ; a jieA-ÓAib AtniuilAc, Hard. ; fieutu/v, -pei-oiui; 



VARLE LECTIONES. 91 

Ainiúitij, R. 19. 1. 71. CneApcutrifiA, Hard. 1. 72. ^tifi peroift- 
ceitheAt fvAtnlugA-ó teir, Hard. ; 511ft úéi5 te hÁon *oo ctAnnujAt) 
fur, R. 10 ; jtjji úéi5 fté ceite 45 ctAnnui^ fur., R. 19. 1. 73. Anuro, 
R. 10 ; FAnmt), R. 19 ; p An Ait), Hard. ; fie, R. 10, R. 19 ; te, Hard. 
L 74. tlA heAntAit = An eAntAic (in marg.) R. 19 , ha hém, Hard. 
1 76. *Oo, R. 19, uAfi, R. 10, Hard. 1. 78. ^orniAji, R. 10, R 
19 ; Aer-peAfi, Hard. ; Anfu^Ac, R. 10, R. 19 ; AnuftijAc, Hard. 
1. 79. Cexu a n^t., R. 19, uéxA jt. R. 10, uécr ó jt. Hard. 
1. 80. CAfi (corrected to reAc) jeAtún t)Am, R. 10 ; lonAon 
•oumn é ní Jeittfró An beAn út> é. 1. 82. tTlAfi néirh An 
5ÍAnbtÍT> cntnc, R. 10 ; line om., R. 19 ; niAfi nAom a n^tap- 
UAim cnoic, Ha r d. 1. 93. ÓúmrA, R 10 ; line om. R. 19 ; cu^AmrA, 
Hard. 1. 84. gAn niAfiujiti^A-ó mbfioit), Hard. ; line om. R. 19. 
1. 85. sic. R. 10, Hard., *oo beAf-aib nA $éip, R. 19. 1. 86. *OacuIac, 
R. 19. 1. 87. ^3 cneAf u^At) An toic, Hard. ; -oo en. ttnu, R. 10 ; 
•00 teAfuig An ttnu, R. 10. 1. 88. T)eAfi5A, R. 19 ; -óeAfi^A-ó, Hard.; 
héi5ceAfiu AturiiAtuAc, R. 10; 50 héijceAfic AtrrmtuAc, R. 19; 
te éi5ceAfiu AÚnthAtuA, Hard. 1. 90. geuficíocA, Hard. ; the 
CeAnjAt is om. in R. 19. 

1. 94. Am bróh, MSS. (the h has a horizontal from the middle of the 
stem, with a dot on it.) 1. 97. nó-ótib, MSS. 1. 100. tómAfiA, M. 11 
to^niAfiA, R. 10. 1. 109. A nt)éit), M. 11 ; An -oéro, R. 10. 1. Ill 
fig. MSS. 1. 117. óbfttnm, MSS. 1. 126. tftít, M. 11 ; ufiíu, R. 10 

1. 130. T)o bUit, M. 8 ; -oo sfiÁ-ó, R. 8. 1. 131. A cuúir, M. 8, R. 
8« 1. 138. sic. N. T)o fOfi-orA, R. 8, M. 8. 1. 144. 1r rÁn im„ M. 8 
1. 146. Cn 5 nA coittce, M. 8, R. 8. 1. 149. Uaic, M. 8, R. 8. 1. 150 
bftónpteró N. bfionptAit al. 1. 157. geiifijom crfieAn, M 8, R. 8 
1. 165. tÁib, R. 8 ; tAib, M. 8. 1. 170. -óíol/óio-ÓAti, R. 8, M. 8 
5A, M. 8 ; 5Á, R. 8. 1. 173. 5fiiot)An An bionjAn, R. 8, M. 8. 1. 175 
•OÓ13, R. 8,M. 8. 1. 179. ómbit), M.8. 1. 180. T)fiAvi,R. 9;t>fiATmait 
M. 8. 1. 184. CofiAc Aft bpeo^A, R. 8, M. 8. 1. 185, óbfiAnn, R. 8, M. 8, 
1. 186. *OIaoi -oiorriA R. 8, M. 8. 1. 200. teme, MSS. 1. 201. Aft tiAfi 
bfiACAt) belt ponA, R. 8, M. 8. otiAK 1. 203. Ay bfiósAib. 1. 208. 
50 n-Aijne, MSS. 1. 219. sic. N.; eifigte Áp, M. 8 ; eifi^teAf (with two 
slanting strokes over the a), R. 8. 1. 221. tie ftit;e, R. 18 ; te fii^e, 
M. 8. 1. 231. rtuAificioc, R. 8, M. 8. 1. 232. sic. R. 8 ; rnA r UiAi§ 
t)Afi ttlAoit nA mbó ftib, M. 8. 1. 235 ttleijeofiAif, R. 8. 1. 237, 
50rofiif5, R. 8, M. 8. 1. 242. t) (with horizontal line from middle of 
stem, and a dot over it), Afi m. mé, M. 8 ; id.., without dot, R. 8, 
biof Aft m. N. 



92 VARI.E LECTIONES. 

The following quatrain is added after 1. 244 in N. The date at the 
end is evidently that of transcription, tie mApbnA ni caca Aip bit 
coip me | *oon LeAUAb $e mApb ní beo mé | "oeAnpA An uiucc a mic 
nA hói^e | "o'pA^Ait T>Am cAptn-opi peAtb tiA gtóipe. 1690. 

1.248. Sftuittififi,T.2; pputtmn, R. 23 ; ff«it tnnti, Hard. 1.258. 
no Aon^up rriAC. T. 2, R. 23 ; triAop-ÓA mAC, Hard. 1. 262. *Oo 
Úw At Aib *oeAÍbA *Oé T)., T. 2, Hard. ; t>o Cuaúa "OAtbA T)é *0., R. 
23 ; -oo CtiAÚAib x)Oitf e *Oé T)., Egerton ; *Oé omitted, Dr. Hickey's 
MSS. 1. 264. *Oo Ampuig, Hard. ; a -o'Aimpj, Eg. apud O'C. ; 
A-oAmAfij. R. 33 ; -OAimp 15, Dr. Hickey's MS. 1. 265. Cptnc 
codetta, T. 2 ; copcpA, Hard., R. 23, etc. 1. 268. Sa C0131I, T. 2 ; 
'f a C05U1L Hard. ; p An CO131H, R. 23 ; f An coice-OAit Egert. 
apud O'Curry has a syllable too much. 1. 270. Com-óe, Hard. ; 
coimte. R. 23; coibce, T. 2. 1.271. SiAnpA psAitméAp etipm 
UU105, T. 2; eA^fiAnfA f$AiúmeAfi uipim ue, R. 23 ; plÁnpA fjÁt- 
meup cuiptm CCIV15, Hard. 1.272. T)'pippinn, R. 23; "o'pippirm. 
Hard., T. 2 ; -óóroe, R. 23 ; -óói-oeA-ó, T. 2 ; -oói-oeA-ÓA, Hard. 1. 275. 
Cinnti, R. 23 ; Cumn, T. 2. 1. 276. An b. p. p Aojum, T. 2 ; a mb. p. 
péA^um, R. 23 ; Amb. piti plijum, Hard. 1. 278. sic. R. 23. a\" "ooil 
■oeApbcA, T. 2 ; peAm mumn, T. 2; teAm, R. 23. 1. 281. gpeAnup 
5pmn, T. 2; seAUAmAit, Hard., R. 23. 1. 282. 1p omitted T. 2. 
1. 283. 50 omitted T.2 ; ppAipnum, Hard. 1. 264. 50 omitted T. 2 ; 
pumc, T. 2 ; pome, R. 25, Hard. 

1. 285. "£Ái-óbpéA5Ac, all MSS. 1. 286. ^éA^A^, all MSS., perhaps 
for méApAp, reduplicated future of niAipim. 1. 290. Cvnp té t., all 
MSS. 1. 296. gpéin5At, R. 32, R. 27 ; jpem geAppÚA néittceAÚA, 
R. 19 ; jluAippix), MSS. 1. 301. mÁp piú ní mó, R. 27 ; mÁp puí 
níp mo, R. 32 ; mÁp muAp bíon -oóp, M. 7. 1. 302. *OéA5mACAl 
cpéA-o pin -oÁ u., M. 7 ; "o. cé tthouaI -oÁ, R. 32, R. 27 ; cia -oéup- 
•ÓAice htiAipli^e í nóp, R. 19. 1. 304. nAnsUiAipigro pupó-ó, R. 32 ; 
PCJ1015, R. 19 ; pupó-ó, R. 32, M. 7. L 307. 1 n-A nuA-ótuiji-o póipu, 
R. 32, R 27 ; ua momlAoi-o, R. 19 ; 1 n-Ap mtiAp bí-o póipu, M. 7. 
1. 310. SuAirhm^e, R. 19- L 316. 'SAn uptJAilt -ÓAom ó-o, M. 7 ; 
•ÓAomn, R. 32; -oAomn, R. 27 ; pnA cjttiAittnijfce ó"o, R. 19. 1.326. 
An éAtilAiú, omnes. 1. 329. 'S 50 piuA An jtij póp, R. 27 ; 'p An 
mtiAppi5 póp, M. 7, R. 32; 'p 50 piu An pij móip, R. 19. 1. 330. 
CuAipnge pó5, M. 7 ; cuAipcib xó^a, R. 32 ; cúipuib PÓ15. R. 27 ; 
cúipci5 pói-ó, R. 19. 1. 331. éijm ipjuApnjmom móp, M. 7 ; éigin 
nA n-ouAtuije m., R. 32 ; nA n-oúici^e, R. 27 ; r\A nx)úiúiuc, R. 19. 






VARI.E LECTTONES. 93 

L 333. t)|téA5, M. 7, R. 27, R. 32 ; búrrAi"óe, R. 27 ; búirns, R. 19 ; 
buAruAoi, R. 32. 1. 355. UfteAJntnf . MSS. 1. 337. C-fiuA^nvn-oe, 
M. 7 ; r|ivjAJ;nAoi, R. 27. 1. 338. Uuaúais, M. 7 ; cuacaij, R. 27, 
R. 32, R, 19. 1. 3 . ÓuxMf, MSS. 1. 341. FeActug teac, R. 27, R. 
32 ; réAó teAu, M. 7 ; -oúit, M. 7. 1. 342. -Qéij-óeitic, M. 7. 1. 344. 
T)o céA-orAfA, R. 27, R. 32 ; *oo ceA-orA-ó, M 7. 1. 346. béArvng, 
M. 7 ; béAfitnx), R. 32 ; in R. 27 contracted béAjiA (or beAfitn-o). 
1. 349. UisteAfi, MSS. 1. 350. -no té teACAm, MSS ; jió-o, MSS. 
1. 351. no 5eA-(i tAf Ai|t, R. 23 ; tia 7:133 Scaji t., R. 27 ; no c. (with 
mark of contraction), M. 7. 1. 358. tléAstiAc, MSS. 1. 363. uuuAtn- 
btnje, MSS. ; a-o cóift, M. 7, R. 27, R. 32. 1. 364. bu-ó c^Aig a 
IA015 An roj, M. 7. 1. 373. Sut a uueigni-fi rem Ar if jmAn -01b 
JóbAit, R. 27 ; rut a rueijiji-r 1 rém Ar ir "ouAt "oib ^óbAit, R. 32 : 
Afi teinxeAjArcrem -ouiu ir fiuAn *oib ^obAit, M. 7. 1. 374. Saoca-ji, 
R. 32 ; rftéruji, R. 7 ; cfieAriuji. R. 27 ; -oobeAjiAr, M. 7 ; "oo béAf- 
rui£, R. 32; béAftrur, R. 27. 1.378. 'SAti c1u1n-5t.11 tin tó, M. 7; 
fAn uruAnjjunn tó, R. 27, R. 32. 1. 381. reme, M. 7; UU15 rem 
reAfOA beit cneAr-oA ax> cuAitt, R. 27, R. 32. 1. 882. íIac téi$, 
MSS. ; An tié^Aji ro, R. 27 ; An fiae £aji ro, R. 32. 1. 384. j^ac Aom 
jenitAib, R. 14; 5AÓ Aon jenoi-óti, M. 7; 5AÓ Aon jia*o, R. f z7, R. 
32. 1. 388. Ar a mbjiuAÚAib bftóm, R. 14 ; Ar rnuAfitAoib bfi. R. 27, 
R. 32 ; Af cttuAT)fnAiT)m b|i., M. 7. 1. 392 CothAftr, R. 14, R. 27, 
R. 32, M. 7. 1. 393. tteomAu, R. 32 ; jióro, M. 7. L 394. CfteAgnur, 
MSS. 1. 396. sic. M. 7 ; "o'p. An Aonui£ r1n mtiAji ftiAb Seom, R. 
27 ; id. (rtib], R. 31. 1. 398. Sa cAemcneAf, M. 7 ; *oo cAomcneAr, 
R. 32 ; Ar é cjiAob st^r 1fm > R- 14. 1. 399. 5uit> ViAonmAc, M. 7, 
R. 23 ; jui-oe t>o ViAomtriAc, R. 14. 1. 401. te hiAjinAOi, M. 7 ; te 
hiAjinui^e, R. 32 ; te bei^nAijA-o, R. 14. 1. 404. -Amen, R. 14 ; 
émen, M. 7 ; if Aetnen 50 n-oémceAft, R. 32. 

1. 405. -pAnAc, R. 31, T. 7 ; rAjAnAc, T. 3 ; rA^AnAc, Clong. 1. 406. 
T)jiom (-ojiuirn) *oAifibjieAc, Clong., T. 3 ; -otiuirn -oAjtbftuic, R. 31 ; 
•ofiumi "OAiftijce, T. 7; StAin^e N., SlÁme al. 1.407. Cjiuai-ó c-pAitbce, 
T. 3; r|ttiAix) ufiAi-oue, CI. ; tr-fiuA^ cfiAisue. R. 31. 1.408. sAitia , CI.; 
cAriiAc, T. 3; cfAtriAc. T. 7; rAirneAc. R. 31. 1.411. riAoi-ómJeAt, CL; 
nAoi$eAt, T. 3; mAiri^eAt, R.31 ; minuAif iriAntAjT. 7. 1.414. pintle, 
CI. ; rAoitioc, T. 7 ; rAoiti-o, T. 3 ; rAoi^teAc, R. 31. 1. 416. CÁic, 
CI. ; ca biAt, T 3, T. 7. 1. 419. 'S "o'lnnifOAiii a foAro An ujiAtrm, 
CI. ; -oo nocu "OAtrifA, T. 3 ; 5UJ1 nocc *oom An fOAit) Aft feAf ah cfi. 
r., R. 31 ; aji -oo n. -óaiti a íav^ -oon c|i. f., T. 7. 1. 420. sic. T. 3. 



94 VARLE LECTIONES. 

R. 31, CI., AT>b Aft a caoi f a tDiot rAimvnr,T. 7. 1.422. ^obe-dcc rÁnAj. 
T. 3, wanting, T. 7 ; 50 beAcu a úÁmij, CI. ; 50 beAcu "oo tÁnjAf, 
R. 31. 1. 423. m'Ai|fOfi|i, T. 3. 1. 424. SAn UA15 mo cÁfA, T. 7. 
1. 425. tÁijfoíot, T. 7 ; tAijfoeAt, CI., T. 3 ; CAjvoot, R. 31. 1. 427. 
m'p A01-6, CI., T. 3 ; mtnje, M. 5, R. 31 ; muiti, T. 7. 1. 428. 'S jm 
jciiAijiu A|n'f uAti -ojitjinj AOibjiAÚAc, T. 7. 1. 433. For Cnoc triei-obe, 
R. 31 reads A^ur- tleAmAm. 1. 431. Sit tleAnu bun tneAnn ip beAfimur, 
T. 3; fit neAncA bun mbeAn ip beAftnmr, CI.; bun meAnnAm, N., if 
SionAinn CAmAn ITlAnAinn if beÁfinAr, R. 31 ; r flint reAgrAm if 
neA"óbA | in r meAnn cAmumn meAnA ip beAjinAf , M. 5. 1. 437. StiAb 
no mbAn bÁme, CI. ; StiAb t>AT>nA, T. 3 ; St. t)ÁnA, T. 7 ; St. t>Áme, R. 
31. 1. 440. o triAttjicA, T. 7; o mÁjiA, CI. ; OmtoAnxA, T. 3; tn rheAfA, 
R. 31. 1. 441. CuAn -oofi, *oun pope, CI. 1. 443. CAireAt fiAf ptnn, T. 3 ; 
C. jiAitpmnn, T. 7« L 450. T)Á ÁifiT)ib, CI. 1. 454. Airtms bftóm, CI. ; 
if tionn bpóm, T. 3. 1. 461. SéA^thAfi. T. 3 ; reAJ-ÓAiji, R. 31. 
1. 462. Con^AnuAc, R. 31 ; cunnuA, T. 7 ; cumue, CI. 1. 469. T)e 
coirs, R. 31 ; *oe or -00 omitted CI., T. 3. 1. 474. CÁmue, T. 3, T. 7 ; 
a cAince. R. 31 ; cÁmui^, CI. 1. 478. *ÓeAf5A, CI. ; -óeArcAi-ó, T. 7 ; 
•OAf^A, T. 3. 1. 480. AjibAc; CI. ; AjtmAc. R. 31. 1. 481. CAi|inic, 
T. 3 ; cÁijine, T. 7, R. 31 ; uáims, CI. 1. 482. Ctox>A, CI. ; cto-ó, R. 
31 ; ctoi-ó, T. 7 ; cto, T. 3. 1. 485. sic. T. 3 ; r fnbim teip -o'éir 5AC 
A5A, CI. ; f5|iibmn te Sío^Ai-óe T>'eir 3AC Á5A, R. 31 ; rsftibmn leipi 
■o'éir 5AC &$&, T. 7. 1. 486. *Oo $Ab a ceA-o, T. 3 ; -oo $Aib ceA*o, 
CI. ; x)o JAb a ceA-o, T. 7 ; "00 íjaoai-o ceA-o, R 31. 1. 493. Ap 
n-UAirte, T. 7; uAmn, T. 7 ; tiAmne, R. 31. 1. 497. eAnuij, \\ 3; 
AnnA, R. 31; AnA, T. 7; crÁfibfiui"o, T. 7» R. 31; cAfibfitn'o 
CI. T. 3. 1. 493. AftbAc. CI., T. 7; ÁfibAcu, R. 31 ; AjimAc, T. 3. 
I. 501. beAnuiT), T. 3 ; bAm-o, CI. ; bÁine, T. 7 ; pjiAocÁm eAjifiAig 
'f An bÁme jiem' -oÁrAcu, R. 31. 1. 504. AjtmAí^, T. 7 ; AbAicu 
pn, R. 31. 1. 505. gut nA n-eAn, CI. 1. 506. ^cuac, T. 3. 1. 507. 
CAtmAin, T. 3 ; u At Am, CI. 1.509. ttlo m. mo bAjiÁnuA, CI. 1. 510. 
m'AmtuA, CI. ; mo tfiAttA, T. 7 ; mAtAT), T. 3 ; mo tÁ^A-p, R. 31. 
1. 511. xvóbinti, R. 31; A-obmji, T. 3. 1. 512. t>Á|roAr (-ur), 
omnes. 1. 514. CiAcmAi|t, T. 7. 1. 517. SÁimceAfo, T. 7. 1. 519. 
púcitt, omnes. 1. 520. 1 n- omitted, CI., T. 3, T 7 ; a nstmnbeAfi- 
uAib uÁiptip, R. 31. 1. 523. áoacu, CI. ; Á-óbAcu, T. 3, R. 31. 1. 525. 
t>A5AX), CI. ; bA^A, T. 3 ; bÁme, R. 31, T. 7. 1. 525. *OÁi|roíot, T. 7 : 
-oeAp-oAt, T. 3 ; -oeÁfraAt, R. 31 ; "oeAfroAit, CI. 1. 527. SCAÚ015, T. 
1 ; S5ÁÚAC, R. 31 ; S$auac, T. 7 ; f^AUAib, CI. 1. 530. &p ÚArc An 



VARLE LECTIONES. 95 

cAftu-d, T. 3. 1. 531. T)o 5fioT>Aio*lA uonAi-oe, CI. ; "oo 3-|ioiT>iotA(*c) 
tiA ronntn-oe, T. 3 ; -oo 5fioT>-"óíolA-ó uonnAi-óe, R. 31 ; *oo Sfio-o 
■óioteATTi n-A uonriAi-oib, T. 7.,"oo 5|iio"o -óío^tAc tiA jcormi-oib Iáaa, 
N. I. 532. eAfiftA, T. 7 ; e&\\\\A(-ó), T. 3 ; eAfijiAi-ó, R. 31 ; AfijiA-o 
CI. ; cftAnn rÁÍAir, T. 3 ; c-fiAti rÁÍAir, CI. ; aca^iah fAÍAir (or 
pÁtAir ?), R. 31 ; eAcfiAim rAltnr, T. 7., eAcftAnn pAttnr, N. 1.533. 
t. a 5A0IUA ní tjiÁccf at), T. 7 ; leifirrieAr a JaoIua 'tia *ou|»ac- 
uAin, R. 31 ; teifirrieAr a ^aoíua ní tfiAcuuim. T. 0. 1. 534. s c. R. 
31 ; aji uAirle AiftmeAc, T. 3 Aft rneAbAc, T. 7. 1. 537. flA bAfijiAij; 
tia jiAÚA, CI. ; tiA x)o t3A|i|iui5 nA ftAice, T. 7 ; no bAfifiAij (contr. 
t)A|i|iAc ?) nA Raúa, T. 3 ; nÁ bAjifiAi5 tiA tlÁiue, .1. UÁi-óce, sic, R. 31. 
1. 538. tliAUpjit, CI., T. 7, R. 31 ; Ufttp ml, T. 3. I. 539. sic. T. 3 ; 
5A cuAtn beAf &\\ cceAr t>á ti-ÁifieATri, CI. ; $Ae uÁirn a^ a cceAp x>Á 
n-Áifitrnm, R. 31 ; 51-0 z;Áim bocu ctnjirAc cfiÁiue, T. 7. 1. 540. TUft 
§fiÁnA*ó, T. 7 ; tiAji TTAifmeA-o, CI. ; t»o cAifin^eA-o, R. 31 ; riAjt 
cAi|tn5e(A-ó), T. 3. 1. 541. Ailim, CI. ; ÁtAinn, R. 31 ; ÁUnnn, N. T. 3 ; 
lÁi*oi|t, T. 7. 1. 542. rcAoilir, T. 3 ; r^Aoilri 5AT1 T>Aojt a rmAitp, 
T. 7 ; "oÁit rinn, R. 31. 1. 545. S5Aoijte (with c inserted afterwards), 
R. 31 ; T)|iom AnnA, R. 31. 1. 547. S3A01 fie, R. 31. 

1. 550. -pÁobuix) (or fÁobm-ó ?), T. 7. 1. 551. S5A1Ú, T. 7. 1. 555. 
The tops of the last four letters of line are worn away, T. 7. 
1. 564. tAoctiAix), T. 7. ]. 570. Ceite, T. 7. 1. 572. Uoire, T. 7. 
1. 577. SAreACA -oeAjifuin, T. 7. 1. 580. «a ao£a, T. 7. I. 582. 
bpfieutriAT) teifi fftiot, T. 7. 1. 588. te hei^re, T. 7. 1. 589. A cceite 
fAti5AOir,T. 7. 1.591. SeAjiAn, T. 7. 1. 596. biA, T. 7. 

1. 600. T)A n-oeACAi5, T. 1. 1. 602. Ay irout, T. 6. 1. 603. of 
eijeAti -otnu ufiiAt, T. 1 ; a hioc (*ouic omitted), R. 24. 1. 613. e\\ 
cum t, X). AtfAOiji, T. 1. 1. 014. 1*oifi triAc mriAOi A^ur pioji, T. 1 ; 
iTHft triAc mtiAOi Ar fijt, MSS. 1. 617. *OÁ bj?. mAT)o ci cac | mei-o nA 
floij fin uAjitA púm, T. 6. 1. 619. uaic AjtiAm, T. 6 ; uaji ^ac neAc 
■oa troeAcAix) a cqié, T. 1, R. 24. 1. 623. «c, T. 1, T. 6. 1. 630. T)A 
bf AicteÁ, T. 1 ; -oa ruicjMrA -pern, T. 6. 

1.646. tiA rmtmueAsutS M - 3 - 1-648. CiormrcnAim,MSS. 1.650. 
ttoim mitnb, R. 30. 1. 652. CAoime, M. 3 ; cAome, R. 10, R. 30. 
1. 653. 1r ceAji, MSS. 1. 655. tflirle, omnes, 1. 657. SAifiir, M. 3 ; 
rÁifiir, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 665. tern cfitiAJ, M. 3 ; tern ufiuAi;, 
R. 30, R. 10. 1. 688. Sa -ooil^e, M. 3, R. 10 ; fA -ooitise, R. 30. 
1. 670. Ó cuattia Ui neiU, M. 3, R. 10, R. 30 ; fieAtn uAoire, M. 3, 
R. 10 ; rAoibpe, R. 30. 1. 671. 11-10^, MSS. 1. 682. C. if C. if p. 



96 VARLE LECTIONES. 

if 6., MSS. 1. 684. 5jiionAVLdnimiT> locrjiAc, M. 3, R. 10 ; 
5fiionAitt Animi-o iocujia (with horizontal line over a), R. 30. 1. 688. 
I0511J1, M. 3, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 689. On n-oommn, MSS. 1. 701. trio 
roifum-re, MSS. 1. 707.1onAfi bjiAoinptitic, M. 3, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 712. 
T)AnÁn, M. 3, R. 30 ; -oonÁn, R. 10. 1. 715. UoJa tia ^iíotionn, MSS. 
1. 716. TmoU;ac, M. 3, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 728. bf (with accent) (beat) ?), 
R. 40 ; b-j, M. 3 ; R. 30 might read either béA*o or beAn. 1. 739. sic. 
R, 10, M. 30 ; -oAiTi fie, M. 3. 1. 743. CcAomceA-o, MSS. 1. 779. 
CoineACAiji, R. 30 ; coineActn-ji, R. 10, M. 3. 1. 786. CiAtjtAn, R. 30. 
1. 789. A fUA^Aib, R. 10 ; a fUA^Aib, R. 30 ; a rA^Aib, M. 3. 1. 794. 
-ptAicótAC, MSS. 1. 795. OfnAi-óeAc, MSS. 1. 766. Cfioi-otionmAc, 
M. 3 ; ctiói-ólionthAc, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 802. C. c., MSS. 1. 807. 
*Oo posjiA, M. 3. 1. 809. tlio-o ro, M. 3, R. 30 ; niox> ro, R. 10. 
1. 811. nAihA-o, M. 3, R. 10. 1. 815. Uritre, MSS. 1. 822. ó feAjiAX) 
An -oiteAn, MSS. L 826. Ha pjieim, M. 3, R. 30 ; x\a p., R. 10 ; fiji- 
rmiofi, M. 3 ; jMprtnioti, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 829. Th'oVoac, MSS. 1. 830. 
T>o fine, M. 3, R. 10, -oo fitii-6, R. 30. L 833. Ciox>Iac, MSS. 1. 836. 
TitiAir, R. 30. 1. 846. T)o fíotrÁ, R. 30 ; -oo fíotpumn, M. 3, R. 10. 
1. 848. tijiuijnib, MSS. 1. 852. jtAoitmn, MSS. 1. 855. tirui^teAn, 
MSS. 1. 864. SpiorfiA-o, MSS. 1. 865. i|i CAmce (or comue), M. 
3; Aji comnce, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 866. Sio^-oa, MSS. 1. 877. Siaji Am 
fiof "oi, MSS. 1. 884. An ujieAn ^nAOi, M. 3 ; ati gjieAnnjnAoi, R. 
3 ■) ; AnsjieAnn^nAOi, R. 10. 1. 888. 1. 893. ttijleAn(n),MSS. 1.895. 
Axsot M. 3, R. 10 ; Afjoiu, R. 30. 1. 899. 5eibleAT>, M. 3, R. 10 ; 
SeimteAX), R. 30. 1. 903. SlósriiAfi, M. 3. 1. 906. T>Á mA miAirte, 
MSS. 1. 907. A finreAji, M. 3 ; a fmnreA^i, R. 10 ; a finnri^, R- 30. 
1. 908. •o'uAiflib, MSS. ; riot|iAc, MSS. 1. 915. IajiIa, MSS. 1. 921. 
lA|itA,MSS. 1. 931. lAfitAoi, R. 10; iA|iU,M. 3, R. 30. 1. 932. 6mm- 
jtomn, MSS. 1. 934. lílAoi-óim, MSS. 1. 936. Phenix nA bfemne, 
M. 3; Phoenix nA Phoenix, R. 30 ; Phoenix nA bfémix; a br- íofif^oiú, 
M. 3, R. 30 ; a bp'ojifsoiu, R. 10. 1. 939. Ay~\v Ammt (accent on -j), 
M. 3, R. 30 ; a f-jfAmmt (accent on "j), R. 10 ; ní pAi^teAji ni 
FfiiteAfi, MSS. 1. 945. tht-oeom, R. 10. 

1. 945. A beAn auá Iáw, M. 2, R. 8 ; auá omitted R. 21. 1. 950. 
Ctnnmm, M. 2, R. 8 ; cnmji^, R. 2i. 1. 951. p. gníom -óeAnAT) rmn, 
R. 21. 1. 952. Uaoi, R. 51 ; uÁiji, M. 2, R. 8. 1. 957. *oo c. MSS. 
1. 960. A f i^beAn, MSS. 1. 962. Cé -00113, M. 2 ; cix> -ooitg, R. 8 ; 
ir -ooits, R. 21. 1. 964. U01I, MSS. 1. 966. gUr, M. 2, R. 8. 1. 967. 
*Oo cvó, M. 2, R. 8 ; -oo cioc, R. 21. 1. 969. An cmjip, M. 2, R. 8 ; 






VARLE LECTIONES. Í)/ 

ah omitted R. 21. 1. 970. Cmlc, M. 2 ; cintc, R. 21, R. 8. 1. 971. 
*Oo -oetnifumn, M. 2, R. 8 ; t>o xiion^Ainn, R. 21. 1. 97-'. AzÁ U\n. 
M. 2, R. 8 ; auá omitted R. 21. 1. 973. SAogAnuA, R. 8 ; féAjAncA, 
R. 21. 1. 976. CÁ5, R.21, UÓ5, al. 1.978. uuácIaoi, R. S; cuácIa-óa, 
R. 21. 1. 979. feeit, R, 8 ; bé, R. 21. 

1 982. CjitiAJ a cqunt, MSS. 1.984. 615111 ceAnACc, MSS. fleAm- 
jlo-fi, M. 2, neAm^toif, R. 10. 1. 988. ftó iftmn. VL, M. 2,fó ifiÉmn 
■0Á1I, R. 10, R. 30. 1. 989. SémurteAcuA, R, 10. 1. 995. CeAf ccoif, 
M. 2, cpeAtrcoif, R. 30. 1. 1001. tU omitted MSS. 1. 1006. Cloinne, 
MSS. 1. 1011. 1. 1014. SeAn-fioirm ctAf, MSS. 1017. Seo omitted 
MSS. 1. 1019. CfoiAi5, MSS. 1. 1020. £kiait>, M. 2, biuvó, al. 
1. 1028. eAX)|iÁn, MSS. 1. 1031. 5éiffeA-ó óf 5AC Aomein$, M. 2. 
1. 1033. CfieAf neATÍiAi^, M. 2, cfieAf neAihÁi^, R. 30. 1. 1037. 
t)f Ait, M. 2, bjiAt, R. 10. 1. 1039. CofcAf ca 5ml, MSS. 1. 1044. 
Ueijte, MSS. 1. 1045. T)'f óifeA-ó, MSS. 1. 1047. CeAtiÁil, MSS. 
1.1048. LíonÁm mo cniffi compAm, M. 2 ; tionÁm mo cneife aji 
ccnmpAn, R. 10. 1. 1058. *Oion, M. 2; T)ijeAn, R. 1. 1059. A omitted 
MSS. 1. 1060. ó 5teo cAitlif, M. 2 ; ó jteo-cAiclir, R. 1. 1061. A 
muif mif, M. 2. 1. 1071. CneApooi-o cjioi-oe, MSS. 1. 1072. TH^. 
MSS. 1. 1073. triAOi-óte, MSS. 1. 1075. T>Á meA-o,M. 2; -oÁbéAT), R. ; 
feAm teAf5, MSS. 1. 1081. CcnffA, MSS. 1. 1084. *OÁjt fiof 
AnAnnAcu, M. 2, R. 10 ; fiof AnAnriAf, R. 30. 1 1087. Ai^eA-o, M. 2; 
1054-0, R. 10. 1. 1088. A11Á15, MSS. 1. 1089. mio^ftAiú, M. 2; míoúfAit, 
R. 30. 1. 1091. AtiAijt, MSS. 1.1093. A neA-ojtÁn, MSS. 1.1094. An 
mA*Uifx, M. 2 ; An ttiaUai|iu, R, 30. 1. 1097. *Ooit5, MSS. 1. 1090. 
neArhcofifiA-ó, R. 10. 1. 1100. I-Af5.dc, MSS. 1. 1103. 5fiuAT> mAnn 
f at*) 5AIL, M. 2 ; 5t ttux 5 «iAnn|iuA5 5AII, R. 10 R. 30. 1. 1104. Iaoc 
bA CjiÚAJ Ajinnj; cothlAnn, R. ; Iaoc bA cftiAi^ Ajmú^ comUnn, R 
10; bA mACfuvó Af cotriAtt, • M. 2. 1.1105. CfUAg, M. 2. 1. 110(5 
CombtiocuA, R 30; combteAcuA, M. 2; finnix), M. 2 ; fumiox) 
R. 30. 1. 1107. tneic gnioihAjiA, R 30, M. 2. 1. 1109. T)ia a Aitif, 
R. 30; T)ia AÚA|1, M. 2. 1. 1110. CfiocnACAX), R. 10, R. 30; cftioc- 
nA^AX), M. 2. 1. 1111. "hifi5, M. 2 ; hAifi5, R. 30; nÁf pAnn, R, 10, 
R 30. 1. 1112. T)Á 11-01510-0, MSS. 1. 1113, If niAOi-óe, M. 2 Af 
món>e, R. 30. 1. 1115. rtiom, R. 30; mom,M. 2. 1. 1116. in tin n^lóp 
njio-p, R. 10, R. 30; mtmA n5"Lo|i n5eAfi M. 2. 

1. 1120. Sic, R. 27; -fA omitted, al. 1. 1122. InmoluA, MSS. 
Í. 1123. CioccA, MSS. 1. 1124. T)íú 5AC Aon 015ft e ftnfftte, MSS. 
1. 1126. S5AoitceAc, R. 19. 1. 1132. CeA5Af, M. 8; réA5 aiji, R. 27; 

G 



98 VARLE LECTIONES. 

ueAstnji, R. 19. 1. 1134. Sic, R. 27 ; T>'f ionptnt, M, 8, R, 27. L 1135. 
S^ein^Ac f., Mss - ] * 1140. triACA, MSS. 1. 1148. go fiAbjiA-o, 
MSS. 1. 1154. T>'Aon-béirn ; MSS. 1. 1159. tUn 5 . nieAji, MSS. 1. 1163. 
téAfi (téji) fiiAiteAT> a ViAnnfA, MSS. 1. 1167, £o c, M. 8; £An c., 
R. 19. 1. 1172. 5. crn. Anite nAÚAji-ÓA, MSS. 1. 1183. gAn cAOtrroA, 
MSS. 1.1186. btiA^An, M. 8; btiAJAm, R. 27, R. 19. 1. 1187. 50 
5I. 311., R. 27 ; 3An jt. §|t., M. 8 ; eAti 5 jtoft gj 1 ■> R - 19 - 

1. 1191 bfÁilt, T. 7; bfÁjtnl aZ. ; nA fitters T. 7 ; An filtfi, aZ. 
1. 1192. A Unnnfe, T. 7; a hinnri, aZ. 1. 1193. f?eAtt 30 fiAxmAc, 
T.7; otc^opAJnAc, al. 1.1199. ^oittiit), T. 7; 301^15, aZ. 1.1200, 
CA1-Ó, T. 7; CÁ15, aZ. 1. 1201. CAitjeAn, T. 7; CA1I5111, al. 1. 1206. 
CAf, T. 7; cÁf, aZ. 1. 1207. uacaiji, T. 7; uActnri, al.; ocjiAir, T. 7; 
otfimf, al. 1. 1209, An omit omnes ; wmip meAOAit,, T. 7; -oiminx 
feiUe, M. 1, R. 9; -01 minx feAtt, R. 30. 1.1210. Ccionn, MSS. 
1. 1211. CuAiú, T. 7; -cuAi, al 1. 1212. t>ft>Ait, T. 7; bfUAt. a/. ; 
meAjtbAU, T. 7; rneAbAU, oZ.j mionn, MSS. 1. 1216. A, T.7; 
Áfi, R. 9, R. 30; aiji, M. 1. 1. 1219. Sic, T. 7; r>5teif lomUn 
ri 5t ieA r» a l' *• 1220. «Sic, T. 7 ; x>eAr roitce, R. 30 ; T>eif uAitce, 
M. 1, R. 9. 1. 1228. triAi-úm, R. 9, R. 30, M. 1 ; rnAiT)ion, T. 7. 1. 1230. 
PjiAf, T. 7 FjtAif, al. 1. 1240. tlí bí rífi nÁ tÁ fAn "Lóm (fin 
ton), R. 9. M. 1, R. 30; ni biox» uÁfi An U fin t-ón, T. 7. 1. 1241. 
Cjii -ofiticu, T. 7; jioiih pturi, aZ. 1. 1247. *Oo teAt fom, T. 7; 
•ooiteA-6 rionn, aZ. 1. 1248. Ojunnn, MSS. 1. 1249. CAOim, T. 7; 
cei-óm, al. 1. 1254. Sic, T. 7 ; a 115. nj., al. 1. 1266. mo^A ctAonnA, 
T. 7; mox) ctAonA, M. 1 ; mo-ó ctAonAX), R. 9. 1. 1269-1. 1272. T)fon 
eAbjiAc if •opiA-ópui'l ei£ipu : fonn aji c. t>o cÁi"ó ^Lori : *oiAbAit 

bfi ceibi-o ... ón 5c. 5c., M. 1 ; idem (exc. fonn 

eAbjiAc and t>o cait) a ^tófi), R. 9, R. 30; form eAbfiuix>eAc a 
bfiA-ómt nd^ipc : form Afi c. "oa cóit> : "OfiA-oint .... cotAiT> : 
ueibi-ó céim ón c. c., T. 7. 1. 1275. Ha cjieixje, T. 7; nA cfiei^ce, 
R. 9; nA ujieite, M. 1. 1. 1277. AnAinim fífém, R. 2, R. 30; An 
Ainm fijiém, Ml; An Ainm f iojieAm, T. 7. L 1278. St 11 ™» T. 7 ; 
5tmn, aZ. 1. 1279. Sic, T. 7 ; fiecuAm, al. ; a neAÚAifi, T. 7 AneA- 
tAiji, R. 8 ; An eAÚAjt, R. 30, M. 1. 1. 1281. CU5 a bf umn aiji bf. 
M. 1 ; UU3 f é a bf. Airi bf . ; R. 30 ; unj fió a bf . aiji bf., R. 9 ; CU5 
ftó a bf . a bf ., T. 7. 1.1282. Cumnte bÁixrce, T. 7 ; comntib bÁi"óue, 
al. 1. 1283. A n5|i., T. 7; a sjvua-oaio, aZ. 1. 1284. UAx>Aib, T. 7; 
uaúa, al. 1. 1287. Aiji f., MSS. 1. 1288. Sic, T. 7 ; ón ^íogriA feAcu, 
R. 9, R. 30 ; An ruosfiA f eAcu, M. 1. 1. 1290. Sic, T. 7; a ccfté(i-ó), al. 






VARLE LECTIONES. 99 

1. 1292. f?Át, tém, T. 7 ; fáit, Ue, M. 1, R. 9 ; fÁit, U, R. 30. 1. 1296. 
Unpjt, T. 7. 1. 1298. tlA FUAfctA-ó f oittéeAn, MSS. ; cÁij, R. 30 ; 
ÓÁ15, R. 9;cáit>, M. 1; caiu, T. 7. 1. 1299. p'oft tiA po^A^T. 7; rói^ 
tiA (An, M. 1) fío|i5Ai|t, al. 1. 1300. ílA -óíoU, M. 1 ; nA -oíoIa, R. 9; 
riA -oiogU, R. 30; wa -oiogAt, T. 7. L 1303. Sonn An, T. 7; form nA 
r5 iAniAc, al. 1. 1307. 6Yc, T. 7 ; pif, «*• J - 1308. Sic, T. 7 iat>a -óa 

•<W> aZ - í r 1 " » T - 7 » r á "°» aí * L 1309 - Uaxa > R - 9 ' R - 30 ! téxA ' T * 7 ' 
M. 1. 1.1311. im^iof, T. 7; 1*11310^ R. 9, R. 30; imtijeAf, M. 1. 
1. 1314. A ttwAgtitMU, T. 7 ; a tyvL&%r\ví\ipc, R. 9, R. 30; a cuftuAjnuifiu, 
M. 1. 1. 1316. t)uf, T. 7; if, ^- L 1320- 5 1T1 > T - 7; 5em,aZ. 1. 1321. Mis- 
placed to end of quatrain in, T. 7. L 1327. A\yx>, T. 7 ; A0i|vo, al. ; 
éijiim, T. 7 ; éi-jnnn, al. 1330. SU1A5, T. 7 ; fUit, aZ. 1. 1332. buAn, 
T. 7 ; bAit, al. 1. 1338. 6015, T. 7 ; cioc, aZ. 1. 1340. *Oiob, M. 1 ; -óíb, 
al. 1.1342. ttteAfSjiA-o, T. 7; ttieArsAijiu, aZ. 1. 1343. Oi|ieAo, T. 7 ; 
tnftéA-o, al. 1. 1344. 1f r^tuA^tA, R. 9 : a ccoimpeA-o, T. 7 ; a ccoim- 
éA-o, M. 1, R. 9 ; a ccoimeAn, R. 30. 1. 1346. AwoÁ\\,, T. 7 : AnÁit, 
al. ; lAfi ntiAji, T. 7 ; Aft nviAft, M. 1, R. 9 ; Áfi ntiAijt, R. 30. 1. 1347. 
tipAt, T. 7 ; bpeAji, aZ. 

1. 1349. -óuAifbis, R. 28. 1. 1352. ^ntnje, R. 9, M. 3 ; a ttoaoi, 
R. 28. 1. 1355. ^tJAfAcc, R. 28 ; SUAfboj, al. 1. 1355. Ay mnip 
fUAjtftivic, MSS. 1. 1363. teAji budi-ófieA-ó, M. 3, R. 9 ; teAfi buAi-o- 
eA-ó, R. 28. 1. 1369. ctifir e Arn r> M - 3, R. 9 ; ctifife Ainmf, R. 28 : 
buAijteAtn, R. 28 ; biiA-ófÍAit, M. 3, R. 9. 1. 1371. CAifmi|tu, R. 28. 
1. 1375. bvitiA-ó, MSS. 1. 1380. CjtitibAf, MSS. ; -oa c«mA, MSS. 
1. 1385. ttAccmuirisiiuAitiis, MSS. 1. 1404. T>ot tiac.,MSS. 1. 1393. 
Sic, MSS. 1. 1402. guAilte, MSS. 1. 1408. £>Ú15, R. 28 ; tmró, al. ; 
ccuAitteAf, R. 28 ; cuuAitcteAf, al. 1. 1412. *OileAcc, M. 3, R. 9 ; 
•oiotAcu, R. 28. 1. 1415. A\\ Aon 11103A aoi"Ói*o, M. 3, R. 9 ; a fiAon 
ft. A01-Ó1U-Ó, R. 28. 1. 1428. bftAnAtft, R. 28 ; bftAnAft, al. ; ni -oeAfts 
$An ctiAjt f m, M. 3, R. 9 ; ni -oeAftbtA £An c, R. 28. 1. 1437. Sic. 
R. 28; Anmuil, M. 3. 1. 1442. J?uAite, MSS. 1. 1445. CftttAstAir, 
MSS. 1. 1447. Sic, R. 28; ntiA3f«3, al. 1. 1450. bftAnuib An cfteAnA, 
MSS.; cftuA^tA, M. 3, R. 9, contraction in R. 28 might read 
cjiuaíjLac or cjitiAgbAc. 1. 1452. uActnft, MSS. ; AipcftA uaca, M. 3 ; 
Aifr|ti3 tiAite, al. 1. 1455. ThAiftmín, M. 3 ; *óiAiftrnín, R. 9, R. 28, 
1.1457. eAfbvnt, MSS. 1.1461. AbpAiftfttAJU, M. 3,R. 9; AbpAift- 
ttiA^tAc, R. 28. 1. 1464. ^eAf, MSS. 1. 6465. CÁiftiArcAéu, MSS. 
1. 1467. ÓtÁtft iaú Óuiftc, MSS. 1. 1468. nÁ -oeAUA -oo f eAnA, M. 3, 
R. 9 ; nA -oeACAi-ó -oo feAne, R. 28. 1. 1472. A t., M. 3, R. 9 ; ó t., R. 28. 



100 VARI.E LECTIONES. 

1. 1475. biiAUA, M. 3 ; buÁÚA, R. 9,R, 30. 1. 1479. 4 jiíom, M. 3- 
R, 9; a ftoim,R. 30. 1.1486. T)o irmiftmn ffai niAcnue, MSS. 1.1492, 
•OiActuji, T. 8; -oiAncmfi, al. 1. 1503. b|teAcufiAT>, M. 3, R, 9; 
bfteAcufiA-o, al. 1. 1504. A-\\ Aoixnb, MSS. 1. 1510. A 115111115, MSS. 
UAccmAf (-uf), MSS. 1. 1497. Sic, T. 8; sftíoftttib, oZ. L 1499. 
1. 1516. géAji "but 1 ? T - 8 ; 5 éA t* "t 1 * aZ - L 151 ?- S^í 1 ^15, T - 8 » 
R. 30 ; jeAfi bog, M. 3. 1. 1518. gtArn (with waving curve over m). 
M. 3; sUim, R. 30, T. 8. 1. 1519. CuiUe, T. 8; unite, al. 1. 1522. 
A rmiofSA, T. 8 ; a nxnr-^e, al. 1. 1523. D^Iah, T. 8; gtAn, 
al. 1. 1525. *OjieAcnÁi|i T>íotAir, T. 8 ; "ojieAcnÁfi X)iteAn(n), 
M. 3, R. 9 ; -ojieAc tiÁji -oíteAn, R. 30. 1. 1529. T)íoUir, T. 8; 
•oiteAf, al. 1. 1533. CeAfirbfieitjieAch, T. 8; ceijiubfieAUAc, al. 
1. 1536. An $., M. 3 ; An -p., al. 1. 1539. íTIac aot>, T. 8 ; R. 30; mAc 
Ao-oe, aZ. 1. 1540. Sic, T. 8, R, 30; a 1T01A13 -oo f., al 1. 1543 
C|iéAn-f eAfi, T. 8 ; r|ieiirif eA-fi, aZ. 1. 1547. CÁi-óe, T. 8 ; CAiT>e, aZ 
1. 1549. óoiticeAftc, R. 30. 1. 1551. An b. b. b., MSS. 1. 1557 
AtntJA^, MSS. 1. 1558. A cfieAcA, M. 3, R. 9, R. 30 ; ó c-fieAcA 
T. 8. 1. 1561. *Oocit>fi-o, T. 8 ; -0061^-0, al. 1. 1563. A fc«ft, M ^S, 
1. 1564. tjiuit, T. 8; cfunU, M. 3; tjiuiU, al. A fiAbjiAi^, T. 8 
a riAbjiAT), al. 1. 1570. íofOA, MSS. 1. 1572. Sic, T. 8 ; "OAomnieAji 
al. 1. 1576. SiúteAcu, M. 3, R. 9 ; fiotfUcc, R. 30; r>5r^ eA r> T - 8 
1. 1578. A T>Aoi|ibjieit, T. 8, (a) "OAOifibeifir, al. 1. 1579. A zp., T. 8 
a rcjt., aZ. 1. 1584. miojiAic, T. 8 ; rniotfiAit, al. 1. 1586, *Oo ftÁ*ó, 
MSS. 1. 1597. mo re, R. 30 ; T. 8 ; nA fc, aZ. 1. 1598. A jut te 
heic 5AC peAcr, MSS. 1. 1599. ^eobAi-o, T. 8; 5eobA"o, al. ; A5 
rriAite rninrhneAc, MSS. 



poctóm. 

N.B. — The cases, genders and numbers are marked by their initials, 
thus — dsm., dative singular masculine ; 7ipl., nominative plural. Simi- 
larly the persons, tenses and voices ; thus — 3 s. pr. end., enclitic form 
of the third person singular of the present tense ; pf. ps., perfect 
tense passive voice ; vn., verbal noun, etc. In references the follow- 
ing abbreviations occur : — 

Arch. Archiv fur Keltische Lexicographie. 

C. Cúirt an Mheadhóin oidhche. 

Corm. Cormac's Glossary. 

E. So. Eochair-sciath an Aifrinn. 

F. M. Annals of the Four Masters. 
For. feasa. Forus feasa ar Eirinn. 
For. foe. Forus focal. 

G. J. Gaelic Journal. 

Hy F. Tribes and Customs of Hy Fiachrach. 

Im. Oir. Imtheachta an Oireachtais. 

LU. Leabhar na hUidhre. 

M. é C. Manners and Customs (0' Curry). 

MR Battle of Magh Hatha. 

Mtr. Gl. Metrical Glosses (publ. by Wh. Stokes). 

O'C. O'Curry. 

O'Cl. O'Clery's Glossary. 

O'Dav. O'Davoren's Glossary. 

O'Don. Sup. O'Donovan's Supplement to O'Reilly. 

S. G. Silva Gadelica. 

T. F. Teagasc Flatha (Gaelic Soc, 1808). 

T. S. Three Shafts of Death (ed. Atkinson). 

W. Windisch's Dictionary. 

Zt. Zeitschrift fur Keltische Philologie. 
A (asp.), used before voc, oh, 9, 541, etc. 
A, poss. pron. (1), her (not infecting), 360, etc. ; prefixes h to words beg. 

with a vowel, 412, 1400, etc. ; (2), his (asp.), 1563, 1564, etc. ; (3) 

a n-, their (eel.), 1557, 344, 1600, 713, 1387, etc. ; in the expression ^ 

troAoitin, 907 ' sufficiency of them,' ' enough/ used with verbal nour 

to denote the object, as a mAtibAX), their murder, the killing of then 



102 

1035 ; A fíom, ' its narration/ 'to recount it/ 1398 ; a Uia-óa-ó, 'to 
mention it ' ; also used pleonastically with verbs of saying when the 
object follows a ttJAX) -oiob beo, 382 ; also before verbal noun of 
instransitives a mbeit, 'their being/ 847; a beiú, 'its being/ 
' that it is/ 1273 ; with dem., particles, a -ouuiuim fin, 'their fall/ 
1105 ; a fneAcuA ftm, 'their snow/ 1308 ; a bjteAt fú"o, ' taking 
that/ 927 ; expletively before Un, 36, 154 ; and lion, 1239. 

-An-, rel. pron., in oblique cases, "OÁ, 1390; le'bfUAi5uí,313,le'mbuAiLuí 
314 ; f e a bfuit, 956 ; ujt é a bfuit, 1492, etc. Before the prefix, 
f o of perfect tense it becomes Af , left, (teAjt in MSS. often), 560 ; 
•OAft cuif eAT), 600 ; of, 416, 731 ; feAc Af teAjAX), 612, etc. The 
rel. (asp.) in the nom. case and in ace. (not gov. by prep.) is ex- 
pressed by the use of the relative form of the verb, cf, biof, 301 ; 
feotAf, 107, etc. Notice construction of a bfeAcann cú uaiu 
Cfí"o flÓ5 = c|ié a bfeAÓAnn rsú uaiu ftó^, 305. A n- is used 
in the gen. in "o'éif a bf aca, 1492. In the nom. and ace. a n- is 
freq. used as a comp. rel., cf., 617, 821, 76, 1545, 1114. 

A = a V , 108, 930. 

A in An-oeAf, Anonn, AnAtt, q.v. 

xSbAcc, /., pleasure, mirth, ds., 523 ; cf., ÁbAcc nó ÁmeAf For. feasa, p. 
374 ; uf é ÁbAcc, ironically, ibid., p. 376. 

AbxM-ó, ripe, nsf, memn AbAi-ó, 1419 ; comp. sup., Aipce, 1151. 

AbAip, vid., xvoeifum. 

-AbA(nn), /., river ; dp., Af Aibnib, in rivers, 705. 

-Acfumn, /., means, capacity, féAcxAf ACfuinn, 832. 

<AcfuinneAc, wealthy, capable, ns., 783. 

Act:, conj., but, 52, 1205, etc. ; after neg. ni-Acu, nothing but, only 
except only, 516, 753, 1440, etc. ; also after £An, 576 ; cf oat» fin 
acc, what else is that but, 308 ; acu mÁ'f , but if, 1299. 

xVo-AmfAij, or AT)-Aimpi5, seems = the variant, "oo Aimfi^, who aimed 
at, attempted, 264. 

AúbAt, great mighty, ns., 459. 

<d"óbAf, m., cause, matter, ns., 515 ; Á"óbAf tAfCA, a cause of lighting, 
blushing, 1374 ; Á-óbAf cuif fe, 1129 ; nd., 1066. 

xVoeif im, I say, foil, by f e with person spoken to, and by the ace. rei. 
The foil. pts. occur : — AT>eif, 3 s.pr., 817 ; 3 s.pr. end. a n- 
AbAif (An c-ú^-oaji), 821 ; 3 s.pf. end., -oubAi jtu, 336 ; 3 s.fut., 
A-oéAf a, 367, 390 j 3 «>L. fut. y A*oéAf Ait), 359 ; 1 s. cond. f 
A-oéAf Ainn, 577. 



103 

-A-ón-A-ó, vnm., act of lighting, kindling; ns., 140, 1498. 

Ae-oeA\\, 7w., air, aether ; ds., 688. 

-Ae-oji eAriiAit, airy, aetherial ; dpi., AeT>fieArritA, 70. 

-^5» prep., at, by, 1238 ; with aua to signify possession, 392, 522, etc. ; 
with verbal noun to denote pres. part., 45, etc. ; also after ^eobAT) 
ceA"o, 1599; -oobeiji, 1588; tjo hoileAX), 527; before rel. pron., 
A5 A n-, 520, 522 ; before dem. pron., A5 f o, here is, void (intro- 
ductory), 1058, 1337, 666, etc. ; combines with pres. pron., Is., 
A$Am, 1488, 1592 ; 2 s., a^au, 392 ; 3 sm., A^e, 217 ; 1 pi, AjAinn, 
1245; 3 pi., aca, 1572. 

Áj; (better át>/ m. luck, good fortune ; gs., Ái^A, 485 ; as., Á5, 1535. 

Á5, m., battle ; gs., Á15, 591, 1312 ; ds., Á5, 585, 1095. 

Ái^rnAp, warlike ; dsf., ÁjriiAift, 511. 

A$uf, conj., and, 1263 ; otherwise if is always used, q.v. 

<Aibmt), vid. AbA(nn). 

AibneAc, abounding in rivers ; gsm., Aibni5, 891. 

Aicme,/. race, tribe, class ; ns., 1 1 75, 1524|; gs., 228j; ds., 1278, 1362, 1594. 

Ai^ne-A-ó, m., mind; ns., 1406, 1144; ds., 1470, 208. 

^it, vie?. At. 

^itim, I pray, beseech ; 1 s.jpr., 541 ; for Á, cf., P. II., 439. 

^itne, vid., ÁtAinn. 

-Ainróeom, unwillingness, in -oÁ n-A, in spite of them, 1042. 

<MmiT>,/., a foolish woman, fool ; ns., 179 ; vid. aitiait). 

AirhteAf, m., disadvantage, loss ; as., 627, 628. 

AimfeAji, /., time, season ; ns., 1347 ; ds., Aimpifi, 878, 1311. 

Aimfijim, I aim at; 3 s.pf., "o'Aimfig, 1312 ; vid. AX)AmrA^i i . 

Aitroeife, /., affliction, calamity ; ds., 986; as., 1373, 1588. 

ÁmeAV-, m., pleasure ; gs., ÁineAfA, 1044 ; as., 490. 

Ainje-Al, m., angel ; gpl., 544. 

Ainim, vici. AriAm. 

Amtn, m., name ; ns., 1530. 

^mneAf, /., maiden, woman ; ns., 89 ; gs., Ainnipe, 196 ; ds., Ainni-p, 159 ; 
[cf. Ainneft if ffiAc ^An ceitj | Af nA mnÁib f An rfenjAOi-óil^. 
—Stokes' "Metrical Glosses," p. 13, Stowe III.]. 

-AmceArm, oppressive ; ns., 1014. 

Aipce, vid. AbAix). 

Awe, /., ark ; (is., Áiftc niAnrÓA, 1469. 

Áif\T>, /., esteem, reputation ; ds.^ 47, 565, 945. 

Áijvo, Ai-ji-oe, vid Afro. 



104 

AifTO-peAfi, m., noble-man ; gs., Áifro-pifi, 423. 

-Ái|fo-iAcuAc, /., loud sobbing ; ns., 474. 

^ifro--[ieAnn,/., lofty star, planet ; ns., 686 ; gpl., 57. 

v\in"o-u|ii AtAc, pertaining to a high chief or lord ; dsm., 1470. 

Aifie, /., attention, heed, care ; u'Aijie -jnou, take care ! 1313. 

Ai|te, m., nobleman ; ?&p£. Aifn§ 1111 ; [gs., AijieAc, c£s., -Aijtig]. 

ÁifieAm, m., number, act of counting ; ds., 539, 925. 

Aifi^eA-o, m,, silver, money ; ns., 845 ; gs., aij^it), 215. 

-Aifi-rheAr, in., great esteem ; ns., 1011. 

Ai}trheAC, numerous; as/., 534. 

Ái|trhim, I count, enumerate, recount ; 1 s.pr., 645, 649, 057, 925 ; 

1 s.pf., •o'Áiftme.Af, 261 ; 1 6*. imp/., *oÁ n-Ai]\rrnrm, 1373. 
.Aifim, pmí. A|\m. 

Alflog, »i., restitution, act of restoring; ds., 1501. 
Aifue, /., kind of metre, poem ; pp. 16, 19, etc. (in titles) ; [>/., Aipce 

An Ai|\cex)v\il, kinds of versification; Cod. Pal., p. 120, a poem. 

O'R.]. 
AifceAfi, m., journey ; ds., 204. 

Aipcftii;im, I change, remove ; Aircfii5, 3 s.pf., 1452. 
Áiu, /., a place ; ns., 55 ; gs. tia hÁire tiop (hell), 400 : as., 1341 ; ds., 

1 UÁ1U, c. ye/t., ' instead of 1280 ; dpi., Áinb, 44. 
v\iu-b|nrim, I break again; 3 s.pf., x)o Aitbjiif, 1059. 
AireAf, m., pleasure ; gs., Aicif, 49J. 
Ait-jeAftft, very short, as., 280. 
did^im, I inhabit ; 3 s.pf. "D'Aicii;, 1360. 
Aitne, /., knowledge; ns., 1578. 
Aiu-(\eAb, m., dwelling, habitation ; ns., 1372. 
Aitfiif, /-, imitation; ds., 1368. 
AitjUf im, I tell, narrate ; 1 s.pr., 1423 ; 2 s.impt., AiCfUf -oArri-fA, 457 ; 

pr. ps., AitfiifreAft, 756. 
At, m., brood tribe ; ns., 40 ; gr*., Ait, 1036, 1090. 
ÁtAinn, beautiful ; nam., 623, 782 ; gsf., Áilne, 481 ; dsm., 42 ; dsf, 

1122 ; ys/., 458 ; npl., Áilne, 1077 ; comp. sup., Áilne, 398. 
AlienAUion, alienation; ns., 1379. 
Atlmu|ix)A, foreign, transmarine; ns., 1014; r/s\, 1090; dsf., AllmA|tiJA, 

1150. 
Alióx), in phr. 1 n-Ail<Vo, of yore, 1293. 
Ate, m., joint ; gpl., 826. 
AU^tom, 7)i. ; nurture ; gs., Atujunm (usually AtujiOTriA), 1169. 



105 

Am, m., time ; ns., 1112 ; An u-atti ro, at this time, 1003 ; ds., 263, 

1041, 1413. 
ArhAijtc, see behold ; 2 s.imperat., 1303. 

AthÁm, adv., only (A-rhÁin, a is separable in "OÁn -oífieAc), 1322. 
ATriAjtc, m., sight ; as., 1418. 
Amén, Amen (accent stress on 2nd syll.), 404. 
AAmjA-p, m., affliction, inconvenience ; ds., Am^Aji, 1036. 
AmluAT), iii., trouble; ns., 510. 

AmAi*o, /., fool, foolish woman; npl., Amdi-oe, 1414; cf., Aimiu. 
Amti|tAc, musical (from auia-ji, music), 63 ; [AmuifipeAc, ' doubtful ' in 

most MSS., vid. var. led.]. 
An, def. art. An, in sing, all cases except gsf. ; ha in <jsf. and all cases 
pi., An -oÁ in all cases dual, dat. d., 1113. Aw is used before foil, 
proper names : — tiA bomne, 231 ; on mboinn, 122 ; ua héijteAnn, 
481, 1032 ; 'rAn éigipc, 1217 ; ón éi^ipu, 1245 ; ua |?ót)U, 126, 
222, 1438 ; ón nÁr, 49 ; An nÁir, 576 ; ón tnórrA, 196 ; An tlóirú, 
290 ; mr An SpÁm, 561 ; An cSiuift, 1517 ; nA Cjiaoi, 676, 1512 ; 
cf., also An mir néill, 1458 ; used also before verbal noun 
An leonA*6, 131 ; and in 'p An ttlAjicA in March, 505. 
Aw, whether, eclipses verbs ; but with ir understood has no influence 

on foil, initial ; cf. 341, 369. 
-AnAC, m., path ; ds., 1500 ; rid. "oiAn-ATiAC. 
An-Áj, m., ill-luck, misfortune ; ns., 1088. 

v\nAim (also pAffAim, q.v.), I remain, wait ; 3 pi., AnAix) (fie), 73. 
Aw All, inde, from the other side, thence : ó fm An All, 1361 ; An- 

is separable in *oÁn *o\peAC, 1334. 
AwAm,f., soul; ds., AnmAin, 543; as., in "OAfi AnmAin uajiac, seems 

masc, 1437 ; ds., Aimm, 1277 ; cf. Ammm, ds., P. II., 7370. 
-An-bpAnn, weak; ns., 1489, 1426; ypl., 465. 
A.\n-b|ioix>, /., oppressive captivity; ds., pÁ a., 1218. 
An-cjvuú, m. , deformity ; ds., 1 n-A, 986. 
ArmÁil, /., annals, time ; ns., 1346. 
A-n-oeAf, from the south, 422. 
ArrpA, m., storm; ns., 503, 1511. 
Aww, vid. 1 n-. 

AnnAcu, f., test, trial (?) ; ns., 1084 ; [rf. bjn,\n jvuat> co jiAibe fgAgcA : 
le iomAiT> a An-oAcuAe, E. O'Heoghusas poem, *Oob'é m'Á-óbAji 
(MS. Copenhagen), ' Priifung, 5 Stern, Zt. II., p. 352]. 
ArmfA,/., affection, attachment; ns., 1163; [cf. AnnfA, T. Sh., and 
Ann f at), O'Don. Sup.]. 



106 

^ntif aóu, /., affection ; as., 274 ; gpl, 1158. 

>Anocu, to-night, 984, 1518, 1476, 1596 ; [a separable in -oAn x>ifteAc]. 

Anoif, now, 425, 623, A-noif [a separable], 1033. 

Anonn, hinc, from this side, hence, 1334. 

>An jiA-ó, m., warrior ; gpl. id., 1054. 

/An-fto, m., misery, adversity ; gs., Anpox), 768. 

An-fóJ, m., destitution, unhappiness ; gs., Anfói^, 991. 

An-fú^Ac, cheerless, sad, 78. 

Anujtom, m., affliction, oppression ; ns., 981. 

^n- Airle, /., ignobility ; ns., 906. 

^•ntiAp, deorsum, from above, 1257. 

Aob-ÓA, pleasant, charming, 63, 260, 458, 816. 

-Aob-c-Acc, /., pleasantness, charm ; ds., 586. 

Aoib,/., charm, pleasantness (living word in Ulster, pleasantness, 

pleasant look) ; ds., 124 ; [c/. co n-Áib, S. G., 34 z. ; oiph Zeuss, 63.] 
Aoibe, /., charm, pleasantness ; ns., 763 ; ds., 827 ; as., 649. 
Aoibinn, pleasant ; gsm., 891 ; ds., 10, 1580 ; vs., 557, 853, 1474 ; 

dpi., AoVbne, 705. 
AoibneAf, m., delight, pleasure; as., 489, 1427, 1119. 
Aoije, m., guest ; as., Aoi^e, 806 ; npl., A0151T), 1415 ; dpi., AoiJeA-ÓAib, 

1504. 
Aoit-cneAr, ra., white skin, fair skin ; gs. Aoil-cnir» (as adj.), 782. 
Aoit-reAC, m., white (washed) house ; ds. A01I-05, 1545. 
Aoin-ceAf, m., continual grief ; ds., 571. 
Aoin-feAfi, m. (1) every one (after jac) ; ns., 1160 ; gs., Aoin-pifi, 832, 

1170 ; (2) almost = céite ; as., 1141 ; vid. Aon-peAfi, ceA-o-beAn. 
Aoiti--peAcu,/., one time, once ; in expr. 1 n-A., at once ; all together, 713. 
-Aoin-mj, /. one, special peril, violence; [cf., 1115 1. éi^eAti, O'Clery]. 
Aom-neAc, any one, any person, 873. 
-Aom-cfeAtic,/., o nl y love > particular love ; as., 719. 
-Aoifme, vid. Áfro. 
Aot, m., lime ; gs., Aoit, 99, 318. 
x\otAx>, m., act of growing white, pale ; ns., 555. 
Aot-piop, m., white throat; ns., 91. 
Aon, pron., ns., 801 ; Aon -o'tuAirlib, 1125 ; Aon níop Aoifroe, 'one 

better,' 751 ; ds., Le ViAon, 72 ; uaji Aon 'above all,' 61 ; |ie hAon, 

1416 ; 'nA ViAon, by itself, alone, 905 ; Aft Aon, both, together, 

847 ; as an adj. it forms comp. nouns, adding the sense of ' only,' 

'special' ; vid. AOirt-feAfi, ceA-o-beAn. 
Aova6, m., meeting, gathering ; gs., cuIac AotiAiJ, hill of assembly, 27. 



107 

Aon-AifU), /., every direction ; ds., 1180. 

AonAft, alone, in phr. i*o AotiAft, (you) alone, 362. 

Aon-béim,/., one stroke ; ds., -oo Aon-béim, with one stroke, 1154. 

Aon-cput, m., in phr. aji a, 'at all,' 587. 

■Aon-j?Airion, ra., (any) one fashion ; ds., 307 

-Aon-cti,/., chief hound (i.e. prince), 462. 

Aon-£eAji, m., chief man, chief; ns., 463, = ceite, husband, 1133. 

Aon-peAcc, /., in phr. i n-A., together, 316, 571, vid. Aoin-£eAcu. 

Aon-5UÚ, m., in phr. 1 n-A. te, in unison with, 867. 

Aon-LeAnnÁn, m., only, chief love ; ns., 524. 

-Aon-thAC, m., only son, ' unigenitus, 1 as., 399. 

-Aon-neAc, m., any one, 261, 287 ; A. fie héi^re, any one devoted to 
poetry, any poet, 588. 

^on-oix>ce,/., any night, one night ; gs., 280. 

Aon-oi5fte, m. (every) single heir, gs., 1124. 

AoncAcc, /., unity ; ns., 760. 

Aon-cAob,/., one, or same side ; ds., x>o Aon-uAiob, together, simul, 
1010. 

-Aof, wi., people ; ds., 852. 

Aof , /., age, century ; gs., Aoir e, 788, 917, 1485 ; ds., 6 Aoif temb, from 
childhood, 642 ; 'f&n Aoif feo, in this age, century, 869. 

Aoy ihAfi, m., aged person ; ds., 78 ; [cf. An uAn bA hAerniu|A iac, when 
they had grown up, Gaelic Marco Polo, § 124.] 

-AopuA, aged, old ; nsm., 337. 

Apf uAt, m., apostle ; g. dual, 389 ; vid. eAppAL. 

&p, (asp.) prep, on, upon, for, concerning, 33 ; in recompense for, 518 ; in 
respect of, 124, 586 ; combines with pers. pron. 1 *., ofim, 408 ; 
2 s., ojiu, 626, 1193 ; 3 sm., aiji, 367, 804 ; 3 sf., tnjiti, 7, etc. 1 pi. 
oifui, 1248 ; 2 pi, ojiAib, 814 ; 3 pi, ojiúa, 908, 1011 ; Aft fftAi-oib, 
in the streets, 479 ; Aft Aibmb, in the rivers, 705 ; forms numerous 
phrases with nouns and is construed with many verbs and adj., 
explained where there is difficulty under these nouns and verbs ; 
sometimes Afi is used for iaji n-, and eclipses, 184, 198, 387, 498, 
601, 620, 877, 1005, 1022, 1142, 1276, 1290, 1360, 1480 ; cf., A]i 
bpeo"ÓA"ó, 'withered/ 184, with Afi -peox), 'withering 'pining,' 
1553. In forming adv. expr. aji does not asp, ; cf., A|i bit, 703 ; 
A]\ ctnthne, 809 ; Aft cÁiffoe, 529, etc. ; vid. -póji. 

Aft, m., tillage ; ds., 148. 

xYfi, in AfA fi, said she, 421. 



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Afi (a + |io) comp. rel. pron. before perf., 'all who,' 112, 611, 1314 

{yen.), 'all that which,' 605, 613, 953, 955. 
A|t n-, poss. pron., 'our/ 43, 1037, 1460, etc. ; a is properly short in 

aji, ' our ' ; cf., ufté -Aft, where a short is elided, 1033 ; Áft r AOfuvo 

(our saving) to save us, 400. 
Á\\, m.y slaughter ; ds., 567, 1091. 

v\|it)AC, m., slaughter, destruction ; ns., 480 ; ds., 499. 
A|\t>, adj., high; nsm., Afro, 'famous,' 869 ; dsf., ai jvo, 1327 ; gpl, Ájvo, 57-3 : 

cZp/., Á|voa, 492 ; acZv., 50 lu\jvo, 692; of Afro, aloud, publicly, 56 ; 

comp. Áifroe, 450; Aoi-fvoe, 751 ; t>á AOi|voe, however high, 1563 ; (<a 

in Afvo is properly short and is scanned so in -oÁn "oi jteAC, vid., 1327.) 
S]\t>, m., height; ns., 435 ; ds., 679; gpl., 553. 
A.\|tT)-flAiú, /., high prince, lord, 53; gpl., 1149. 
Ájro-ptnt, /., noble of blood ; 71s., 1168. 
vAji-o-rriAJ;, /., noble, or lofty plain, «5., 33 ; gpl, 1366. 
Aji^Ain, /., act of plundering; ns., 1167- 
A-ltif, again, 957; [a separable in -oÁn *oí]\eAC.] 
A|im. m., arms, weapons; ns., 1392; ys., Ai|tm, 843, 1156, 1227; dpi. . 

AjlTDAlb, 784. 

v\fimÚA, armed, 1354, 1474. 

ápft&éu, powerful, 782 ; (■/., áji-óacu, 6'., 146. 

v\|\fAi-ó, old, aged, ancient, 42, 477, 1489, 1580. 

«ÁjttjiAC, m., vessel ; gpl., 503. 

v\tiur, »»., dwelling, mansion ; ys., Áfttiif, 496; ds., 1581. 

v\r. prep., ' out of,' Af retains f before r úx>, 430, a, poss. pron. 388, 
loses it before m in a 1T)urriAin, 930; and c in a cnéActAib, 108. 

<ArÁn, /., greaves, hose ; ns., 888. 

v\fc, m., pride {O'R.), ace. resp., 555. 

Át, 7/1., ford ; //*., áúa, 446. 

^ r ^ irn substantive verb, I am, I exist ; foil. pts. are found in text ; 
pres. 1 sy., AcÁim, 513 ; 2 s., acaoi, 559, 1395 ; caoi, 1476, 630, 
384; rÁin, 952; 3 sy., atza, 19, 1513 (ttiaji) cA, 1117, 1504, 1568, 
etc. 'dpi, AUÁ1-D, 35, 477, 618, 1030; cÁit) riA-o, 1179; pres. 
ney., 3 sy., ni putt, 237, 445, 801 ; ^res. cons,, 1 s#., bim, 1427, 
1489 ; 3 sy., bix>, 166, 203 ; A5 a mbi, 520; 50 mbi, 1451 ; dpi., 
bi-o, 307, 592 ; pres. rel, bior, 167, 288, 301 ; impf., 3 sy., -oo 
bío-ó, 217 : ní bío-ó, 1240 ; aji a rnbiox), 532 ; jie (a) mbío-ó, 174 ; 
2s. perf., -do bif , 355 ; 3*. ^o ; bi, 292, 1225; 3 pi. (-00 < bio-OAfi, 
921, 926 ; ni fiAib, 179, 833 ; 'nA jiAib, 528 ; "OÁ |\Aib, 626 ; fut.. 



109 

3s., ní oéí-ó, 348; biAix>, 596; rel. fut., biAf, 287, 1283 ; béAp, 
395; cond., 2s., (*oo) béi-óúeÁ, 632 ; 3s. imperat., bíox), 391,392, 
809, 814, 959 ; bío-ó = cs<o, although, 1339, bíox> 50, 658 ; 1 pL ., 
bíom, 963 ; verbal noun, beiú, 'being' (always aspirated) tís., 46. 
182, 1103, 1158, 1274, 1500, etc. ; gs., id., &y ron belt, 1321 : ds., 
id., 1488 ; as., id., a mbeiú, ' their being,' i.e., 'that they were,' 
847; ufié beiu, 825, 847; CAicpeAT) belt, 1434; auÁhtí is con- 
strued with 1 n-A, when predicating a noun of another, cf., 497, etc. 

AtAiji, m., father; as., 548, 716, 1109 ; gpl., AiujieAc, 1092. 

AÚA-fTOA, /., 'patria,' fatherland, patrimony ; gs., 982, 1028 ; gs., used 
as ad/., 1036, 1172. 

At-cumAT), vn., act of deforming ; ns., 158 ; ds., 1380. 

AtcnncAji, m., reserve (?) ds. 5A11 a., 75. 

<Ac-gtiAi|ie, m., the second Guaire ; [cf., At-tflAoipe, Hard. II., p. 112; 
AÚ-eA|tcoit, Zt. II., p. 361.] 

At-l&m, prompt, active, 202 ; foil, by 1 n-, 783. 

-AtnrutuAC, shameful (?) adv., 88 ; [al., AtuniAluA(c) ; cf, rrmtAT>AC, 
sad, melancholy, and AÚrhAotcA-p, shame, O'JL] 

^t-nuAX)A"ó, vn., act of renewing ; ds., 1557. 

.At-fi 11151™, I change ; 'ós.pf., -OAtfung, 82. 

At-Tzu\^e:,f., tedium, weariness ; gs., 1136. 

b', b', bA, bAX), vid. ij\ 

t)ACAc, lame, a lame person, ns., 179 ; npl., bACAi§, 1414. 

bA^Afi, vn.m., act of threatening; 71s., 1498. 

bÁix>, /., affection ; ns., 174, 1009, 1047 ; gs. (as adj.), bÁix>e, 524 ; ds. 

(|te) 1015, {cum gen.) 1035, 1055. 
bÁiT)im, I drown ; 3 s.pf, ~oo bÁix>, 1430 ; impf. pass., ■OAtnbÁi-órí, 977 ; 

vid., bÁÚAim. 
bAite, m., place, town-land, town ; ns., 445 ; dpi., bAituib, 546. 
bain, bAinueA|t, vid. beAnAim. 
bÁin-cíoc,/., white breast; gpl., 979. 
bÁineAf, m., whiteness, fairness ; gs. —a, 1043. 
bAinufieAbAc. /., widow ; ns., 718, 1145. 
bÁifie, m., game ; *oo cuait) ah b., aji S., S. has lost the game, S. has 

been defeated, 500. 
bÁi|i|i-cíof m., head rent ; ds., -pÁ b , 926. 
bAi-|iji--ponA, m. gs., of bAi-p-fi-pion used as adj. wine-topped, wine-clad, 

547 ; an leg., bAi-pft-fiormA, fair-haired ? 



110 

t)4ififi-£iorm, fair-haired ; gsf., bAipp-f 1tine, 196. 

bÁijiji--|iiA5tAc (a bpÁi-fi-fiiAJtA MSS.), 50 b., with supreme authority, 

1461. 
bÁifueAó, /., rain ; gs., bAifui^e, 697. 
bAlb, dumb ; gpl., 1228. 
t)Aii. vid. beAn. 

bÁn, white, fair ; gsf., bÁine, 432 ; gpl., 432. 
bÁn, m., unploughed field ; dpi., bÁnuAib, 23. 
bAtiAUrjiA, /., nurse ; vs. 1522. 
bÁn-bo^, fair and tender ; as. 451. 
bAtroA, womanly, female ; nsf., 1551 ; gpl; 859» 
bAn-ftAiú, /., princess ; vs., 457. 
bAntiA, m., band, horde ; ds., 1306. 
bAnufiAcc, m., (collect.), company of women, women-folk, female sex ; 

ns., 1551, 719 ; gs.~&, 150, 266 ; ati bAncjiAccA, 1078 ; gpl., 859 : 

dpi. — Aib, 15. 
bAOJAt, m., danger, risk ; ns., 1274 ; ds., 1030. 
bAO^ÍAc, dangerous ; ns., 591. 
bAoif eAc, foolish, vain ; vsm. bAoif 15, 1566. 
bAOf,/. folly ; ds. (aji) bAoif-, 423 ; lem bAoif, 236. 
bAOfjiAT), /., (collect.), folly ; ns., 308 ; ds., bAOf |iai-ó, 584. 
bAot, foolish, vain, ns., 1028 ; comp. sup., bAoite, 667. 
bAot-TÍiAf c, m., vain, silly mask ; ds., 305. 
bAOÚ-teAn^A, /., vain, silly tongue ; ds., bAot-úeAti5Aix), 310. 
bÁjiAc, m., morrow, in phr. 1 mbÁjiAc, to morrow, 420. 
bAjtÁncA, m., warrant, authority, man of authority, guarantee, ns., 733 ; 

ds., 924. 
bÁjtc, m., bark, ship ; gpl., 562. 

bÁ-fvo, m., bard, npl., bÁiji"o, 178, 1414 ; dpi., bÁfmAib, 473. 
bÁfroAf, m., wardship, guaid'anship ; ds., j?Á bÁfmAf, 512. 
bÁfiji, m., top, crop ; ns., 582, 706, 896 ; as . 831. 
bAjtún, m., baron ; ns., 725 ; ds., 927. 
bAf,/., palm (of hand) ; npl., bAfA, 91. 

bÁf, m., death ; ns., 625, 1070, 1587 ; gs., bÁif, 130, 469, 1252 ; ds., 145. 
bAfUAjVO, m., bastard ; dpi., bAfUA^mAib, 1376. 
bÁÚAim {vid. bÁi-óim), I drown ; pf.ps. bÁÚA*ó, 141, 1225 ; vn. ns., 

bÁtA-o ; ds., 456, 493. 
bAÚAf, m., top of the head ; ds.. 876. 
be,/., woman, lady, vs. (in comp.) mtnjieAjiAC-bé, 415. 



Ill 

beat) Aft, m., beaver, felt ; #5., beAOAi ft, 306. 

beAc,/., bee; ns., 378. 

beACU, accurate, exact ; adv. 50 b., 1584. 

beAcrA, accurate, exact, 50 beAccA, 442; [c/. "UiopjiA 50 bpuAijie 

fneAchuA : beAchrA con rloirmex) a f Almá," Ctunnn Cormeifie, 

cct.— Brussel MS. 2324-2440, publ. by Wh. Stokes, Zt. I., 

p. 64]. 
béA*o, m., deed, sorrow ; nd., 1075. 

t)eA5, little, small ; ns., 345, 516, 576, 1444 ; if beA$ -oo m., 1089. 
béAt, m., lip, mouth ; ns. beat, 883 ; béAÍ áúa, opening or mouth of 

a ford, 446, 349 ; beot, 109 ; gs., beoit, as adj. ' oral,' 394 ; ds., béAl, 

309, 961, 1424 ; as., 961. 
beAlAc, m., way, road; ^5., 445, 1222 ; as., 1443. 
beAn, /., woman ; ns., 76, 675, 1132, 1350 ; gs. mnÁ, 586, 942 ; t's. beAn, 

949,972; npl., tnriÁ, 479 ; #p£., bAn, 437 ; apt., mriAoi, 614, usually 

mnÁ, but cf. euefi fiji -j mnÁi, P.H. 564, in similar construction. 
beAnAitn (bAinim) (1) foil, by ó, *oe, take away from, remove ; (2) by 

fte, belong to, concern, touch, meddle with ; 3 s.pr., beAtiAi-ó fie 

•oÁfAcu, portends violence, 501 ; 3 s.pf., x>o bAin T>on, took away 

from, 148 ; 3 pr. ps., bAmueAfi o, 1563 ; vn., um buAin *ouAr, 836 ; 

buAin (jie), 1453. 
beAtijÁn, m., branch, scion, fig. youth ; ns., 173, 276. 
beAnn,/., peak, mountain peak ; npl., beAnnA, 11 ; dpi., beAntiAib y\a 

bócriA, surges, 238. 
beAnnAcu, /., blessing ; ns., 9 ; as., 32 ; gpl., 368. 
beAtin-JtAti, fair-peaked; vsm., -jtAin, 1521. 
beAnnui^im (1) cum. ace, I bless, 3 s.pf., X)o beAnnui£, 1457 ; (2) ('oo), 

I salute, 1 s.pr., 414; vn., beArmu^AX), 74. 
beAt, /., beech tree ; ns., 728. 
beAÚA, /., life ; ds., be béAÚAi-ó {sic), 376. 
beAfinA, /., gap, defile ; ns., 445 ; gs., beAfinAn, 463. 
beAjttiAf , m., gap, defile, a proper name, 436 ; another form of 

beA-priA. 
beAjtu, /., deed, achievement; ns., 1386 ; npl., beAftuA, 1256, 1266. 
béAf, m., custom, manner ; dpi., béAf Aib, 644. 
béAf ac, well-mannered, polite, 64. 
beim,/., stroke; gpl., béimeAnn, 1228. 
béifiim, I take, carry, bring ; 3 s.pf., ni -jitij bonn nó bAjiji A-p, 'was 

not to be compared with/ 829-831 ; 2 s. imperat., beifi, 32 ; fut. ps., 



112 

béApÍA V , 356 ; 3 5. ret. fut. act., bé, M uA r , 286 ; 3 5. fut., neg. ni 

beAjiA, 346, 'endure/ 'last; [an ley., me^Ar, m niéAjux, rédupl. 

fut. of nrAijtim, I live, last ?] 
beit, verb, noun of AuÁim, q.v. 
tJeiti|t,/., bear (fig., a chief) ; ds., 642. 
beo, living, alive, 53, 190, 287, 292. 
beo-ÓA, lively, living, active, 775, 1332, 1534. 
beo-3otiAim, I wound to the quick; 3 s.pf., «oo beo-stnn, 113; vn. 

vis/., beo-5uiu, 145; as., 1355. 
beoit, beol, vid. beat. 

beo-toc, vn., act of wounding to the quick ; ns., 510. 
't)puf, vid. -pur-. 

buA-ó, ?»., food ; dpi., buvoAib, 861. 
biATKVo, vn. m., act of feeding ; 7is., 1411. 
buvÓAim, I feed ; pf. ps., "oo biA*ÓAX>, 1544. 
bmn, sweet (to the ear), harmonious, 248, 674, 1051, 1087. 
binn-5ot, m., sweetly, gently wailing; ns., 163; ds., 412. 
bmre,/., bench; dpi., binpb, 163. 
biobtA, m., bible ; gs., An biobU\, 1548. 
biocum, m., viscount ; ns., 918 ; ds., 927- 
bío-óbA, m., enemy, gl. reus ; ns., 642 ; gs., bio-obAT), 35, 7^8 (used as 

adj.) ; ds., bío-óbAix), 807, 812, 901, 92!) ; gpl., biox)bAT), 1498. 
biox>3, m., start, fright ; ds., 94. 

bío-ójA-ó, vn. m., act of starting from fear, etc. ; ns., 1477 ; as., 136. 
biouÁitte, m., strong drink, spirits ; gs., S(>2. 
biú, m., world, only in phr. aji bit, in the world, at all, 52, 703. 
bicin, only in phr. -oÁ bíuin, on that account, by reason of that, 1487. 
bit-T>eoin, in phr. -oom biú-*óeoin, ever willingly, 946. 
blÁit-ceA-jit;, flourishingly correct ; ns., 1186. 
blÁit-jeAt, flowering bright ; dsf. -51b, 415. 
blAr, m., taste ; ns., 1233 ; ace. resp., 1232. 
btÁú, m., flower, blossom ; ns., 756, 896 ; gs., bbÁiú, 698, (as an adj. . 

967 ; ds., 130, 288 ; as., 550. 
btÁt-buAi-ó,/., flourishing victory ; gs., bLvc-buA*ÓA (used as adj.), 102O 
bleAcc, giving milk ; ns., 147 ; vsg., 1522 ; vid., btiocu. 
bbeAcc, insinuating, 30 b., 282 ; [cf., bleAcuAifie, an leg., -oteAcc ? 1 
bteAcutijAT), vn. m., act of giving milk ; ds., 69. 
MuvoAin, /., year; gpl., btiAX)An, 1186, 1357 ; 1 mbtiAX)nA, this year, 

1. 1568; 



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btiocc, m., milk ; ns., 141 ; vid., bteAcc. 

bó, /., cow; ds., btnn, 508; as., 717, gpl, 327. 

bocnA, /., ocean, sea ; gs., tiA bóctiA, 238. 

bocu, adj., poor; ns/., 983 ; vsm., boicu, 597 ; apl., bocuA, 1242. 

bocu, m., a poor person; ns., 938; npl., boicu, 717 ; gpl., bocu, 467, 

1411. 
bocuÁn, m., a poor person ; vs., bocuÁin, 629 ; npl., bocuÁiti, 151. 
t)o-ÓAft-ctAoix)ue, stricken dumb ; ns., 47. 
bos, soft, tender; nsm., 788 ; nsf., 1145. 
bo^A-ó, vn. m., the act of brandishing ; ds., 49. 
t)05-om, tenderly, lonesome ; vsf., 1349. 
bóifro-tior-, m., border-fort, fort on the bank; ds. 432. 
bóiúftib, vid., bóuAji. 
bóU\cu, /., stock of cattle ; ns., 147. 

bonn, m., sole (of foot), bottom, base ; as., 831 ; gpl, 1224. 
bojib, haughty, fierce; npl., bojtbA, 1225. 

bóffo, m., table ; ds., 1456 ; dpi., bójroAib, 163, edge (of sole), 115. 
bof i. beof, -póf, still, 807 ; [cf., Zt. II., pp. 335, 336]. 
bóÚAfi, m., road; dpi., boiujub, 162, 165. 
bfiA-o-fiúnAc, cheerfully secret (love), 64 ; [cf., b|iAX)Ó5, cheerful girl, 

Coneys]. 
bfiÁJA, /., neck, throat ; gs., b\\Á^AX>, 1195. 

b]iÁic-nirri,/., condemnatory violence, violent ruin ; ns., 145, 509. 
bjtAnÁn, m., raven (,/&#., a chief); ns., 193, 266, 1450; gpl., 1087; 

nd., 1078. 
bjiAtiAji, m., fallow-field ; nd., 1428. 

bjiAn--oub, m., chess (backgammon) board ; gs., b|tAn-"ouib, 1450. 
bfiAOi, /., eye-brow ; apl. rcsp. bjtAOiue, 881. 
U-jiAoi-ceAftu, with symmetrically shaped eye-brows ; ns., 1551. 
b|\Aoin-ptiuc, dripping wet, ns., 707. 
bjtAon, m., drop, ds., 575. 
bfiÁú, m., judgment, gs., ah bftÁÚA, 1319, in expr., 30 bftÁú, 'till the 

(last) judgment, 34, 596, 632, 864, 960. 
bftAt, m., judge, O'R. ; ns., bjiAÚ A]\ bpumn, 1037 ; [c/., en bftAÚ ceite 

ctÁifi cC|iiomuAin : *oo cai"o -o'feite óf éiftionchAib. MS., 

Copenhagen. Zt. ii., p. 343.] 
bft<\u, m., covering, cloak, ds., 600, gpl., 213. 
bftAÚAim, I spy, look out, pf. ps., aji nÁfi b\\&i&x> ' which was not 

expected,' 201. 

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bfiÁÚAifi, m., brother, cousin, relation, ns., 233, 235 ; friar, npl., bfiÁiúfie. 

218, (jpl, b|tÁÚA|i, 466. 
bjieAC, variegated, gpl., 115. 

bfieAcu-fiAT), m., variety, magical variety, ns., 1503 ; vid. bftiocu. 
bfieAJjÚA, fine, comp. sup. id., 1232. 

bfiéAj, /., lie, falsehood, gs., bfiéi^e, 333, ds., bftéi$, 584. 
bfiéAjAC, false, deceitful, ns., 300. 
bjiéA^Aim, I deceive, charm, entice ; 3, s. cond., bftéAjfA-ó, 76, 1550 ; 

2 s. imperat. ps., bjiéA$tAfi, 376 ; vn.gs., b^téAjcA, 266. 
ftfieAn, foul, stinking ; dsf., bjtém, 1273. 

bfieAf-1/UAÚ, of great swiftness ; gs., b|teAf-tuAit, 748 ; [cf bfter- ip 

ot/l jAc ní Af mójt. For. foe] 
bjieAÚ, vid. beifiim. 

bfteAÚntnjim, consider, 2 s. imperat., bfieAtmuj (al. bjteicni;*;), 1189. 
t)fiéiT>, m -j cloth, covering ; ds., yÁ bfiéix), 707. 
bfieo-ó, ra., act of crushing ; ns., 510, 1400. 
b|ieox)Aim, I crush ; 3 s. pf., *oo bjieo-ó, 34. 
bfieo-o-frmijim, I cut and crush, mangle ; 3 spf., 113. 
bfiiAÚAji, /., word, speech, word of honour ; ds., bftéiciji, 977; npl., 

bjHAÚjiA, 752; dpi., b|tiAt|iAib, 849. 
bjiij, /., force, import, virtue, ns., bftij An fceoit, 348. 
b^i^oeAc, /., maiden, gpl., 858. 

bfiij-neAfiu, ra., vigorous strength, gs., bfiij-riijtu, 49. 
bjuocu,/., charm, magic spell, ds., 1219. 
bfiiotjniAji, vigorous, effective, ns. ra., 1534, gsm., bfuosrr.Aifi, 862, 

dsm., 736, adv., 50 bjt., 904. 
bjiipm, I break; pf. ps., -oo bfupeAT), 1398. 

t>jiÓT>cuft, ra., embroidery (?) ; gs. (as adj.), bftó-ocuifi, 127 ; ds., 200. 
t)jiÓ3, /., shoe ; gpl., 115 ; dpi., bfiógAib, 203 
bjioi-o, /., captivity, slavery ; ns., 1478; gs.. bfiui-oe, 993, 1252. 
bfiotlAc, m, bosom ; gs., bjtoVlAij, 39. 
bjión, m., sorrow; ?is., 93, 341, 667, 1477 ; gs., b|tóm, 298, 388, 456, 

983, 1115; ds., 684. 
bjión-pteAT),/., banquet of sorrow ; ds., bftón-fleiT>, 150. 
bfión-jol, ra., sad weeping; gs., bjión-Jint, 136. 
bjionnAim, I bestow, grant ; 3 s. imp/., x>o b-ponriA-ó, 54, 841 ; 

3 s. pf., -oo bfiorm, 846. 

bfionnuAc, bounteous, liberal; ns., 773; gsm, bponnuAij, 892. 
bjtonnuóiji, ra., bestower ; ns., 213-216. 



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bfiorcAji, m.j crowd, rout, crew ; as., 35. 

bfiuAÓ, m., brink, edge, river-bank ; ds. 410 ; as., 1576 ; dpi., bfiuA- 

cAib, 162, 1421. 
bftuAc-*óub, black, dark-banked ; dsm., 1459. 
bfiiiAc-jtAn, bright-banked; vs/*., 1373. 

bfiúcu, belching, irruption; ds., 1244; (/., Coneys; m. or/., Halliday). 
bfiuj;, m., mansion ; ns., 853-861 ; vs., 853, 152 i. 
bftúro,/., brute; us., 1389. 
bfim-óeAn,/., mansion palace; ds., b|tui*óin, 1484; dpi., bfitn-onib, 

848, (often mis-spelt bftmjeAn, q. v.) 
bjitn-oim, I bruise, defeat; part, necess., bfitn-oue, 901. 
bfitn^eAn,/., strife; gs., bfiuijne, 734. 

bfiuigneAc, contentious; gsm., bftúijmi;, 892; (an leg., bfun-onii; ?) 
bjuiitine, /., breast ; in phr , go bft. An bfiÁca, till the very day of 

doom, 1319. 
bjunnneAtL,/., maiden; gpl., 858. 
buACAc, stately, 50 b., 1457. 

biiACAiVt, m., boy, yoang man; ds., im t>., ' when a boy,' 1435. 
bu<vÓAim, I conquer; impf.ps , buAi-óuí, 291 ; pf.ps., x>o buAi-óeAx>, 

1363. 
buAi-ó./., victory ; (75., buA-ÓA, 1347, 1256 ; as., buAiT>, 812. 
t)uAi-ójieAT>, m., trouble ; ns., 993, 1351, ds., 1369. 
b.iAite,/., 'booley,' cattle paddock ; npl., buAitui, 327. 
UuAin, vid. be An Aim. 
buAitmi, I strike ; impf.ps., buAitui, tread, 314 ; .cond. ps., btiAit- 

-pt-oe 1 sctó print, strike off, 312 ; vn., buAÍA-ó ; ds,, t>a mb. 

being coined, 848 ; as., b. fiotriAm strike forward, advance, 754. 
buAti, lasting, persevering ; ns., 287, 372, 1332, 1478 ; adv., 50 buAti, 

374. 
biiAti-btA-ó, /., lasting renown ; ds., buAn-btAró, 1399. 
'OuAunAcc, /., free quartering of soldiers ; ns., 1362 ; ds., 921. 
biro, vid. if. 
bug, m., herb of a greyish blue colour ; ds., fiorc niAji bú£, 197 ; [cf. 

bug 1. tub ^ofim nó ^ÍAf -p^ti a f AmAitz:eA|t rúite bior $o|im no 

jtAf, O'Cl., apud O'R., and vid. jtAr-búg, infra]. 
búró, thankful, grateful, 1408, 1517 ; [cf. 50 buix>, gl., thankfully, 

piously, H., 5, 1,9]. 
btn-oeAn, /., company, band : gs., btn-óne, 723, 942, 1 242 ; npl., bin-one 

1225 ; dpi., bui-ómb, 816, 1282. 



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bui-óneAc, with a large retinue ; ns., 773. 

btnte, /., madness, frenzy ; ds., Aft binte, 'frantic,' 241. 

bmme, /., nurse ; ns., 1123, 1169. 

bum, vid. bo. 

bumne, m., flood, wave ; as., 149, 691 ; ds., 1519. 

bumneÁn, m., branch, scion (used fig.) ; gpl., 546. 

btnnniugAT), vn. m., act of flowing, springing ; ds., 904. 

bun, m., bottom, ds., 1 mbun ctht, in charge of the defence, 913 ; [cf., 
•oo bí ré 1 mbun CAOfiAc a AÚAft, I. Sam. XVIL, 34 ; óift ir í «oo 
bí 'ua mbun, Gen. XXIX., 9 ; and bA mime 1 5C05AX) tiA bpitéAf, 
mé'r mé noccA 1m leme 1 mbun cúit, Im. Oir., 1898, p.. 79]. 

bunAT), m., origin; ^rs. (as an adj.), bunAfó, 'own/ 1375; [cf. -oÁ 
refiAnn bunAfó, from their own land, S. Q., 36, 9]. 

buft n-, your, 634, 1191. 

búfUAoi, gpl. of bvircA, bust (?), 333. 

CÁ, what, where, whither? CÁ CACAift, 1207 ; cÁ Vmaú, 416 ; cÁ huAifi, 

1561 ; eclipses verbs, CÁ njAbAt-o, 1545 ; CÁ bp a^aui, 749 ; before 

perf., cÁfi, 289. 
CAbAiji, /. help ; gs., cAbfiA, 1261 ; ds., CAbAift, 2, 1137. 
CÁc, everyone, everyone else ; ns., 52 ; các mle, 609 ; gs., cÁic, 598, 

631 ; CÁ15, 1200, 1298 ; ds., 662, 1538 ; as., 606. 
CAerAji, m., Kaiser, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire ; An 

CeArAfi, 329. 
CÁ1X), pure, noble ; dpi., 569. 
CAiT>e, where, 1547, 1551, 1555. 
CAiT>jieAbAc, m., neighbour, friend ; as., 806. 
CArofieArn, m., society, friendship; ds., 1600; [cAi*Ofieb, ' societas,' 

T. F., 118]. 
CÁit, /., quality; ns., 818; ds., 1 5CÁ1I 50 meArAim, since I am of 

opinion, 661. 
CAilce, chalk-white, bright, 71, 198, 312, 547. 
CA1Í5, vid. cAt/5. 
CAittmi, I lose ; 1 s.pf., *oo cAilteAf, 244 ; 1 pi., -oo cAitleArriAfi, 

1053 ; 3 pi., -oo cAitlreAc, 715 ; 2 s. imperat., cAitt, 1192. 
CÁm, /., law, tribute ; gs., cÁnA, 1200 ; ds., 566. 
CAinu,/., talk ; gs., CAmue, 1290 ; ds., CAinu, 1326. 
CÁmueAC, m., satirist ; gs., cÁmn j, 474. 
CÁin"oe,/., delay, respite ; ds., 59, 543 ; cuft Aft c, to defer, put off, 529. 






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CÁijvoeAc, friendly ; adv., 50 a, 417. 

CAifroeAp, m., friendship ; ns., 1012 ; as., 1008. 

CÁitnApuAcu, /., 1466 for ceÁftfi-iApuAcc, perverse squeamishness, 

petulance (?) ; c/., lAfAuAc, 1 /?. ; [Mr. J. MacNeill suggests 

ceÁfiii-fHApcfiAT), perverse, unseemly distortion.] 
CAijtu, /., paper, charter; </s., feA]tAnn cAipte, charter land, 1006; 

ds., 1326. 
CAipmeAftu, ra., contention; ns., 1371. 
Caicitti, I spend, use up, eat ; 3 s. pf., -oo caic, 1491 ; 1 s. fut., 

CAicp eA-o, 84 ; 1 pi., cAitf eAm, eat, dine, 279 ; also in fut., I must, 

cAicpeA-o, 1434. 
CAic-tiop, m. t battle-fort ; gs., CAit-Up, 1060, Liscarroll of the 

battle. 
CAicrheAC, munificent, lavish ; ns., 780 ; [' sumptuosus,' T. F., 201J. 
CAic-fiéim,/., triumph; gs., cAit-péime, 1118. 
CAÍA-ó-pojiu, m., seaport, harbour; ns., 451. 
CAl/5, /., sting, goading ; ns. for as., $An caíj, 1407, 1466 ; ds., "OÁ 

$CAit5, ' being goaded,' 1179. 
CÁtl/ÓA (caIIa), lamenting, mournful ; ns., 514 ; cf, caIIoit>, com- 
plaint, funeral cry, O'R. 
CaUda, brave, valiant ; ns., 1354, 1534 ; d. dual, 1019. 
CAlmAcu, /., bravery, valour ; ns., 765. 
CAm, crooked, twisted (of hair) ; ns., 89. 
CAmAjipAc, twisted, curled ; ns., 65. 
CÁtiA, vid. CAm. 

CAnAim, I sing ; 3 pi. pr., caiiai*o, 74. 
CAnulATTi, m.. sorrow ; as., 150. 
Caoi,/., way; 'p An caoi, 119. 
Caoi, /., act of weeping; ns., 428; gs., CAOice, 702; ds., A5 caoi, 

632. 
CAoice, /., defective vision, blindness ; ns., 1491. 
CAoile, scarcity, want ; gs., 700. 

CAOin, gentle, genial ; ns., 527 ; gsm., 109 ; dpi., CAome, 15, 769. 
CAOince, musical revelry, joy (?), 743 ; [cf., corhgÁifi cAoince, "joyous 

cheers and melodious strains," Ode to Thomas Dubh Butler, 

publ. by O'Daly, 1841, p. 14.] 
CAom-ceAftu, gentle and right; nsf. } 1536. 
CAome, /., gentleness ; gs. (used as adj.), 1549 ; as., 652. 
CAoineAf, m., mildness, gentleness ; gs., cAomip (as adj.), 805. 



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CAOinim, I bewail, lament, weep for; 1 s. pr., CAOinim, 824; 2s., 
CAoiniji, 624; 5 s. cond., x>o ÓAoinfeÁ, 620 ; 2 s. imp., cAoin, 597, 
et sqq. ; vn., CAOineAX) ; m.. act of lamenting, also a dirge ; gs., 
odoinue, 633, 709, 813 ; ds., 423, 598, 631, 640, 662, 669. 

CAomueAc, sorrowful, plaintive; ns., 1179 ; adv., 50 c, 1514. 

CAoice, vid. caol 

CaoI, slender ; ns., 71, 200. 

CaoIac, m., fairy flax, linum silvestre ; ds. } 581. 

CaoI-ttiaLa, /., slender, narrow eyebrow ; ds,, 320. 

CAotfiAc, subtle (?) ; ns., c. 1 5061 tt, 589. 

CAorh, gentle ; gsf., CAOinie, 1508, 1575 ; comp. sup., CAoime, 886. 

Caotyiatiuac, m., preserver, protector, supporter ; ns., 595. 

CAoni-cneAf, ra., gentle, fair skin ; ns., 398. 

CAOth-cojip, m., gentle, fair body ; ns., 191 ; ds., 315. 

CAom-fOifieAun, /., gentle band, fair company ; ys. y CAorh-poiftne 
(as adj.), 1123. 

CAom-5tAn, gently pure, fair and pure ; ns., 69, 1589. 

CAom-inif, /., gentle isle ; vs., 557. 

CAom-teACA, /., fair cheek ; ds. {recté, CAom-teACAin), 311. 

CAotrmA-ó, m., act of keeping, maintaining (followed by 1 n-) ; ds., 1472. 

CAorhÚAc, m., friend ; ds., 1130, 1152 ; as., 805 ; gpl., 560. 

Caoji, /., blaze, flame; ns., 1332; [cf., caoji, 'glowing iron in the 
furnace,' P. O'ConnelVs Diet.] 

CAOftA,/., sheep ; apl., CAoiftis, 872. 

CÁji, vid. cÁ. 

Cajia, m., friend; ns., 446; gs., cajia-o, 1146; ds., cAjtAi-o, 1444; 
vs., cAfiA, 543 ; npl., cajiait>, 1301 ; dpi., cÁijroib, 133, 526, 769. 

CAfiAim, I love ; 1 s. pf. y -oo cAfiAr, 61. 

CÁjiriAc, in heaps, in masses ; adv., 50 c, 875. 

CAfin-potu, m., mass of hair, abundant hair, ns., 68. 

CAftfiAig,/., rock; ns., 1514. 

CÁjiu(a), m., quart; dpi., cÁ^cAib, 530. 

CAjiÚAtinAc, charitable, loving ; ns., 64. 

CAf, plaited, curled; ns., 965 ; gsm., cAip, 73. 

CÁf, m., case matter, sad plight ; ns. 'sorrow,' 'fate,' 560, 1113; 
gs., cÁif as adj. 'sad,' 1071; ds., 1 ^cAr- -oir-te, in the matter 
loyalty, 1318 ; 'ha cÁr- cjtuAi-o, sad plight, 626. 

CÁf, ra. for cÁ-ÓAf (?) reverence ; ds., 1206. 

CAfA-ó, ra., act of turning, returning ; -oÁ c. |te, 1291. 



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CAfc, w., cask ; ds. , 530. 

CÁfmAfi, sad, sorrowful ; ns., 515 ; adv., 50 c, 421. 

CAfcA, pp. of cAf Aim, twisted, plaited ; ds. } 317. 

CAfUAifte, m., wrangler (cf. (J Don. Supp., s. v., cofUAT>) ; ds., 1390; 

[but vid. cof uat), maintenance, Hogan, Neuters ; and c/. co 

facadar ann ag cAf uat> : teine ar lasad thuas na thaigh, S. G. 

p. 22 z., also cofCAX) neime 1. pApuA iAfic<\e, O'Dav., s. v. niAm.] 
Caú, m., battalion ; npL, caúa, 1235. 

CAÚAiji,/., city, Cathair Ddin Iasc ; gs., cAtftAc, 1508, 1575. 
CAú-teotiiAn, m., battle-lion; gs., Ain, 1046. 
CAú-ftóJAc, with battle-hosts ; ns., 794. 
C/^úujax), m., vw., act of fighting, struggling ; ds., 84. 
jeA"o, /., leave, permission ; as., 486, 1599. 
CéA-o (cum gen. pi.), hundred ; ns., 368 ; invar, after numerals ; c-pi 

céAT> btiAT>An, 1357 ; tiaoi ^coat), 1185 , otherwise npL, céA*ouA, 

176 ; gpl., céAT>, 702 ; dpi., ceA-oAib, 702. 
CéAT)Ac, numbering a hundred ; tis/*.. Aicme céAX)Ac, 1524 ; [c/. cufiAi"o 

céAt)Ac, Hy. F., p. 220 ; bjiu^Aix) cóa-oac, F. M. IV., p. 1054; 

•pi ceimtiit ConAitt cé-oAij, ' populous/ F. M. Ann., 901, p. 562.] 
CéA-o-beAti,/., wife (also Aou-beAn, cf. Aon-peAfi), mAp Aon, céA"o- 

beAti, 980 ; [coat) having lost its primary sense in this compound 

can be preceded by Aon, a word of similar meaning in such com- 
pounds as these ; cf. Zt. L, pp. 315, 316.] 
CéA-o-cteAf, hundred tricks ; gpl., 375. 
CéAT)--ofion5, /•> ^ rs ^ tribe, ds., céAT>-"Oftoin5, 1015. 
CéA"opAi"ó, /., sense ; ns., 558 ; npl., ceA-ofA-ÓA, 344 ; cf, 50 njtuAir-- 

eAtin cof bói|t au óéAT)f ait>, obiectum movet sensum, E. Sc.,p. 47. 
CeA-onA, same ; ns., 1273 ; ds., 1562. 
CeAljAim, I deceive ; 3 s. pf, 81, 1481, 1569. 
CeAt/l (citt) church, cell, churchyard ; as. used for ns., citt, 854 : 

gs., citte, 1981 ; as., citt, 1211; ace. resp. after positive adj., 

1280; gpl, ceAtt, 1167. 
CeAUjAt, m., bond, act of binding ; ns., 86 ; as. (family) connexifii ; 

645 ; also the summing or conclusion on a song or poem, pp. 6, 

21, 27, etc. 
CeAnjtAim, 1 bind ; 3 s.pr. end.-, uac ceAn^tArm, 1330. 
CeAnn (1), head, chief; ns., 745, et sqq. ; c. peA-onA, head of a 

company, a captain, 734 ; as., 720, 958 ; ds., cionn, 1 5c. mo 

r-cfiibe, at the end of my course, 'ua cionn, to her, 1262 ; uaji 



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ci on n, through, owing to, 1106; npL, cmn, 1200; gpl, ceAnn, 
932, 1235 ; (2) one of a number, ceAnn ^ac feoroe, 842 
CeAnnAi-óe, m., merchant ; as., 529. 
CeAnnAf , m., headship, supremacy ; ns., 1439, ds., 1532. 
CeAnn Af ac, authoritative, powerful ; ns., 210 
CeAnmnjpm, I buy, purchase ; 3 s. pf., -oo ceAnnvn^, 606 
CeApAX), m.,vn., act of arranging; ds., aji n-A 5c, 'after having 

been arranged,' ' arranged,' 198. 
CeAfi-o (1),/., art, handiwork; ds., 1 gceÁji-o (recte cei|co), 583; (2) 
artificer, 57. [Like -oibeiji^ and ptAit,, ceAji-o seems to have 
been used first in material sense and afterwards to have been 
applied to persons]. 
CeAfiftbAc, m., gambler ; gpl., 470. 
CeAjiu, m., right, justice; gs., cific. 139, ceifiu, 1356; ds., ceAjtu, 

1155, 1549. 
CeAjtu-currroAc, m. vn., act of properly covering, protecting ; ds., 77. 
CeAf, m., grief ; ds., 1 3c. 539. 

CéAf Aim, I torture ; pf. ps., t>a céArwó, v was crucified,' 399. 
CeAfu (ceifc), /., question ; ns., ceir-u, 1298, 1573, 1577 ; ds.. 1590; 

gpl. (-pÁiji)-ceArx:, 517. 
CeAtA|t--óúil/, /., the four elements ; ns. , 696. 
CeAtjiAji, m., collection of four persons, te céACfiAji, 356 ; (óa 

lengthened for assonance). 
Céib-pionn, fair-locked ; gsm., céib-pmn, 561. 

Céite, m., companion, spouse ; ns , 121, 212, 339, 365, 1589, with 
place names (c/. leAnnÁn), 578, 910, 911 ; ds., 1130, te (a) ceile, 
with each other, together, 114 ; as., 1146 ; npl. f céití, 570. 
Céitti-ó(e), sensible, intelligent, 64; adv., 50 c, 417. 
Ceitim, I conceal ; 3 s. pf., -oo ceil, 65ú , pf.ps., ^ujt ceiteA-o, 1420. 
Ceitu, /., vn., act of concealing, concealment ; ds., 704. 
Céim, /., step; ns., 119, 219; as., 1272; céim Aft $cúl, step back- 
wards, a set-back, 1480; céim jie pÁnAi-ó, step downwards, 494 ; 
gpl., céimeAnn, 1227 ; dpi,, céimib, 87, 294. 
Cém, vid. ci An. 

Ceinn-bite m., chief tree (fig.), a. dual, 1324. 
CeifuM^eAtAc, justly judging ; ns., 1533. 
Céifife, /., kerchief ; ns., 353. 

Céif , /., harp peg, or base string of harp, or a small harp accompany- 
ing a large harp ; [this word is variously explained, the earliest 



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instance is in the Anna Coluim Cille, " if cfiouu cen cheif if 
cett cen AbbAi-o ; " gl., céif Ainm -oo chf tnc bic bif hi com- 
Aicecht cf uiuui rnóni hie a remm ; no Ainm -oo uhAf f Ain$ 
aji a mbi m-o teiuhfiuj no Amm -oon -oetjAin bic ; no Ainm 
■oo nA cobtAi^uhib, no "oon ufom-uhéu, quod est melius. L. 
Hymn., fol. 266 ; c/. also gl. L. U., Ainm -oon uf om-ué-o nó if í 
An cheif if m chjitnu m ni chonjbAf m teitftm-o co nA céuAib 
innui.] ; gs., céire, 570; ds. (in proper name), 421. 

Ceo, /., mist ; ns., 523, 708 ; gs. (used as adj.), 325 ; ds., ciac, gloom, 
1547 ; ciac (really gen. of ceo), 1. ceo O'Cl. 

Ceo-bftoi-o,/., misty, dark bondage ; ds., 177, 477- 

Ceot, m., music, song; ns., 505; gs., ceoit, 1549, ciuil, 268; ds., 
252, 270, 521 ; as., 1431. 

CeotcAijie, /., collection of musicians ; gs., 865 ; [cf., puchAife, W., 
oe^e-ochAijie, Zt. L, p. 72 ; cf., also, ceotcAjt , musical, if. 
and C, HI., pp. 287, 288.] 

Ceot-cjimu, /., musical harp ; ds., 107. 

CeotthAfi, musical ; ns., 210, 791 ; adv., 30 c. (of grief), 153. 

Ceot-femm, music-playing ; ds., 111. 

Ceo-umf fe, misty weariness, gloomy distress ; ns., 93. 

Cia, who? 245, 1164; cia hé, 459 ; foil, by -oo ( = -oe), 1264, 1316, 
1438. 

CiAb, /., lock of hair ; ns., 416 ; ds., ceib, 182, 317, 1490. 

Ciac, vid. ceo. 

CtAc-bjiAu, m., covering of mist ; ns., 1507. 

CiAcriiAfi, shrouded in mist, sad ; adv., 50 c, 152. 

CiaU, /., sense ; ns., 1183 ; gs., céiUe, 1239 ; ds., ceitt, 629, 1471. 

CiAttthAf, sensible, prudent ; ns., 786, 1449. 

CiAthAji, sad ; ns., 514 ; cf. ciacttiaji. 

CiAn, far, distant, long (of time and space) ; ns.,1363, 1579 ; used 
adverbially, 1357; ds., 1 ^cém, afar, 1290; used nominally, 
dpi., be ciAnAib, for long, distant spaces, 647. 

CmeA*ó (cme MSS.), race, tribe; gs., cmi-o, 134; as., cmeA*ó, 1459; 
ds., 1370. 

CineÁb, kind, race, tribe ; gs., cmeoit, 1178. 

Cmn, vid. ceAnn. 

CmneAtriAin,/, fate, destiny ; ns., 997. 

Cmnue, certain, constant ; ns., cmnue cíofóub, certainly, constantly 
dark ; [cf. feAfUAinn cmnue, constant rain, Arch. I., p. 158.] 



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Cíoc, /., breast ; ns., 967 ; gpl., cíoc, 1338, 1523. 

Cíocua, with full breasts, nsf., 1123. 

Cion, m., regard, affection ; ns., 1210 ; as., 652. 

Cionn, vid. ceArm. 

CíojiAim, I comb ; 2 s.pr., cíojiAift, 1384 ; pp. (used as adv.), cíojiúa, 
875. 

Cíoji-'óub, jet black, dark ; ns., 555, 802 ; as., 687 ; vid. cinnue 

CiOftfibAim, I lacerate, maim ; 3 s. pf., ^tiji cío|ijibAi"ó, 1250 ; vn. ns., 
ciojijtbAX), 134 ; gs., cíonfibui^te (fr. cíofijtbu^A-ó), 1067. 

Ciof, m., tax, tribute; ns., 922 ; #s., ciofA, 919 ; ds. f pÁ cíof -oom, 
1594 ; ^ati c. 566 ; gpl., dor, 1344. 

Ciof ac, receiving, exacting tributes ; ns., 796. 

Cif ue, m., treasure ; ns., 281. 

emit, vid., ceot. 

CiuneAf, ?»., meekness ; ns., 835. 

Ciuin-5|tinn-tÁ, ra., calm, pleasant day ; ds., — tó, 378. 

CtÁifi-iAÚ, /., level country, plain; gs., ctAift-iAit (MSS. ctÁifi-iAÚ),. 
1467 ; [formerly neuter, cf., Bogan, Neuters.] 

CtÁijireAC, /., harp ; gpl., 521. 

CtAnn,/., children, descendants ; ns., 223, 225, 403, 1008, 1201, 1204, 
1205, 1209, 1217, 1253, 1337 ; gs., cloitine, 338, 579, 1178, 1204, 
1320; ds., ctomn, 1020, 1283, 1316; npl., cIathia, 1375; gpl., 
clAnn, 856, 1006 ; dpi., ctAtiriAib, 1202. 

CtAnnu^AT), m., vn., act of bearing children ; ns., x>o ct. flip , ' thy 
bearing children to him,' 72. 

CtAOcttnjim, I change; 3 s.pf., x>o cLaocIai-o, 1167; vn., cIaocIu^ax) ; 
gs., ctAoctui5Úe, 1118. 

CtAOiT)im, I subdue ; 3 s. pres. end., íiac ctAoróeArm x>o, who yields 
not, 1442 ; pp., nÁjt clAOix>ue, invincible,' 747. 

CtAoine, /., disinclination ; ns., 835 ; ds., gAti ctAoine, without 
partiality, prejudice, 583, 916, 1547. 

CtAon, inclined, sloping; ns., 65 ; ctAon 1 n-, 'perverse.' 

ClAotiAim, I incline, bend down ; 3 s. pf., x>o ctAon a 511., her con- 
stant suffering has lessened the activity of . . . 487 ; 3 s.f., 
clAonf A1-Ó, will become weak, 342 ; 2 s. imperat., nÁ cIaod, bend 
not, 958 ; vn., ctAor>AX>, act of perverting, perversity ; ns., 1497 ; 
ds., 847. 

CLAotv-oeAjic, m., ogling eye ; ns., 342. 

CtAon-jiof c, m., ogling eye ; ns., 319. 



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CtÁft, m., level surface, plain; ns., 989; gs., 247, 1016, 1106, 1439 ; 

ds., 45 ; ctÁfi -oo bjiotÍAi^, 'level expanse of thy bosom/ 39. 
CLAfiAc, m.j plank ; gpl., 468. 
Clé, left, perverse ; gsm., 1266 ; ds., Aft cté, the left, i.e., neglected, 

1383. 
CteAcuAim, I practise, I am wont to; 1 s.pf., -oo cleAcc-Ar, 1435, 

1592; pf.ps., -oo cteAccA-o, 202. 
CteAtrmAf, m., marriage - affinity ; gs., cleAtrmAir, 1009. 
Cte-Af, m., trick, deceit, gs., ctif (as adj.), 1369. 
CtéijieAc, m., clergyman, cleric; ?ip/., deifu^, 338 ; dpi., cleificib, 14. 
CU,f., chest, breast ; (/s., cti ifcij, 825 ; ds., cti, 656 ; as., cti, 1569 ; 

cli 1^15, 720. 
CtiAb, ra., chest, breast ; gs., ctéib, 93 ; ds., ctiAb, 474. 
CtiAfi, /. (collective), the clergy; ns., 152, 716, 1547 ; gs., ctéijie, 568, 

595; npl., ctiAjtA, 710 ; gpl, ctiAft, 799, 855, 1409, 1479, 1527. 
CUajiac, attached or devoted to the clergy ; ns., 778 ; but, ' having 

trains, companies,' Fél. Aeng., Oct. 27. 
CtiAÚ, /., wattle, hurdle, defence (fig.) ; ns., 464, 1527. 
Ctifce, skilled ; adv., 50 ct., 284 ; comp. sup., 209. 
Ctó, m., defeat, inferiority; ns., 128. 
Ctoc, /., stone ; gpl., 468. 
CtócA, m., cloak ; gs., 216. 
Ctó"ó, m., mould, type ; ds., 1 jctox), 312. 
Ctó*ÓAim, I subdue ; pf. ps., -oo ctox>A"ó, 482. 
Cto^At), m., helmet ; as., 844 ; gpl., 214. 
Ctó-jAfAÚA, type -beauteous, of beautiful form ; comp. sup., 95 ; 

vid. 3AJIUA. 
Ctu,/., fame ; ns., 1433 ; ds., 1288, 1290, 1480. 
CtuAmjieAcu, /. ; gl., deceit (H. 5, 19) ; ds., 1407. 
CtuAr, /., ear ; ns., 346 ; ds., ctuAif , 240, 506. 
CtuttiiAji, comfortable, convenient (lit. snugly) ; adv., 50 ct., 820. 
CnÁtú, m., bone ; ns., 1433 ; ds., cuatti f pAi jinne, ' bone of contention,' 

1572. 
CriAOi, m., wasting, pining away ; gs., 125. 
Cr>AOi("ó)im, I consume, waste ; 3 s. pf., -oo en 401, 188, 
CneA*ó, /., wound ; apl., cneÁ*ÓA, 573 

CneAf, m., skin ; ns., 963 ; gs., cneif , 1048 ; ds., 963, 1396. 
CneAf--ooi5, /., pang (lit. skin-wounding pain) ; n. dual, 1071 ; 

cf. *ooi5 fiACAit, tooth-ache. 



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CneAfCA, becoming, modest ; ns., 87, 89. 

CneAfUAcu,/., honesty, modesty; ds., 1471. 

Crnocc, m., soldier, knight; gpl., 1110. 

Ctioc, m., hill ; ns. t 433 ; gs., cnuic, 82, 194, 328, 427, 578 ; dpi., 

cnocAib, 18. 
CriófAC, m., collection of nuts ; gs., cnófAi^, 146 ; [c/. bA*ó teof -oóib 

a $cÁit cnúrAig, and jeobtÁ plúiji if meAT) if cnúfAc cjtAob, 

in two Ulster songs, kindly communicated to me by Mr. Jos. 

Lloyd, Ed. Gaelic Journal, and vid. cnuAf ac, i»i/ra]. 
Cnú,/., hazel-nut, applied to harp made of hazel ; ns., 281. 
CritiAif-5eAt, of fair produce ; vsf. 9 1377. 
CtiuAfAC, m., act of collecting crops, gleaning ; gs. (used as adj.), 

Áfi gcjiAob cnuAfAis, 1460 ; perhaps = en of ac, q.v. 
CnuAr-ui5im, I collect ; 2 s.pf., •oo cnuAfui^if, 286, 354. 
CobtAc, m., fleet ; as., id., 870. 
CocaL, m., cowl ; ds., 1 5c. a cti 1^15, pericardium, 825 ; \cf. 

Tadhg Gaedhlach's *Ouaiu Cjioi"óe íof a, " Of p otluf juji tion 

•00 cf 01-óe -ÓAm jjiÁfj-fA r ío|t : a ^cocaí mo cji oi"óe -oo cjioi-óe- 

fi fÁ5 a $corhA"o," Pious Misc., p. 60, Ed. Clonmel, 1812 ; 

Tadhg G. also uses the expression 1 ^cocaI ua cjioife, ibid., 

pp. 9, 13]. 
CocÁn, m., rose ; gpl., 547. 
Co-obAim, I sleep ; 1 s.pr., co-olAim, 33. 
Coxhiac, m., chief, lord ; as., 715. 

CóffA, m., box, coffer ; ds., 'n-A cóff a, in his box, 1448. 
C05AX), m., war, warring, fighting ; ns., 51 ; gs., C05AIX), 1040 ; ds., 

A5 C05AX), ' warring,' 1512 ; as., 1213. 
C03AI, m., cockle, tares ; ds., 36. 
Co^Af, m., secret (lit. whisper) ; as., 652. 
Com, vid. ueixnm. 

Coi-óce, adv., ever, for ever, 279, 847, 884, 945, 1600. 
Coi^cfioc, /., foreign (lit. bordering) land ; gs., coiscftice, used as 

adj., 'foreign,' 2 ; dpi, coijcft íocaid, 48. 
Coi5C|tiocAc, owning neighboring, foreign lands ; ns., 796. 
Coi^eA-o, vid. cuijeAX). 
CoijeAtb, m. (?), for co(n)-5eAtt, covenant, condition ; gs., C0151LI, 

268 ; or nsf. for co(n)-ciAtt (céill), thought. 
CoitéAji, m., collar ; ds., 199. 
C01VI. /., wood ; ds., 706 ; npl., coittce, 146 ; dpi., coiltuib, 21. 



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Coinróe, m. t Lord; as., 1229 ; gs., CoinróeA-ó, 1299. 

CoiriiéA'o, m., act of keeping, retaining ; ns., 1344 ; vid. •oíon-coimeÁt). 

Cónri-JeAt (fie), equally white, as white as ; ns. } 99. 

Cóim-teAf c, equally, rather slow ; ns., 120. 

CÓ1TT1 -te-Acu, /., conjunction ; ds., 1 5c. te ceite, 'all together/ 114. 

CoinbLiocc, m.y conflict ; gpl., 1106. 

Coince, /., haste, speed {O'R) ; ds., coince, 865 ; [perhaps for 

CAOince, q.v.~\. 
ComeAcAi-jt, sustaining, supporting (?) ; ns., 779. 
Comjteic, /., conflict, struggle; as., 1167, 1227. 
Cointie, meeting ; only in phr., 1 ti-a comne, over against him, 810. 
Coinnte-bAix)ue, pp. of coinnLe-bÁiT>im, I excommunicate, 1282, 

(usually comneAt-bÁróue). 
Cóiji, just, right, due; ns., 385; cói|t = if cóifi, 1302; ds., 1272; 

as/., 1015 ; foil, by -00 = I ought, I have a right to, 46, 640, 1439 ; 

foil, by ctj^ATTi, etc., 1251, 1343 ; comp., cójia, 38, 823. 
Cóiji, /., right, authority, proper arrangement ; gs., có-ha, 139, 1202, 

1497 ; as., cóift, 264 ; x>o -^éAUA ré cóifi, he will get on (without 

it), 366 ; ds., cói|i, ' chorus/ 1549. 
Cóifiijúib, vid. cófiugA-ó. 

Cóiji-TriAmA, m., well-formed breast ; ns., 99 ; {vid. mAtnA). 
Cóift-fteA^, /., straight spear; gpl., 214. 
Coifam, I prevent, check; 2 s. imperaU, coifc (foil, by •oo=*oe), 

598. 
Cóipfi, /., visiting, 'coshering' ; ds., Aft c, 152. 
CóipjieAc, going on visits, 'coshering' ; ns., 791. 
Coif fieACÚA, consecrated ; gs., 1297. 
CoicceAtin, common, universal; nsf., 721; gsf., coircinne, 714; 

comp. sup., coiucinne, 681. 
CoLac, wicked ; gsm., C0LA15, 1271. 
CotAnn, /., body; ns., 184. 
C0L5, m., sword ; as., 844 ; gpl., 214. 
Com, m., waist ; ns., 200, 866. 

ComAT), m., reward; apl., 5A11 corhcA, 1183 ; [MSS. caotttóa]. 
ComAi|i, /., presence ; ds., f aoi"o' c., waiting for thee, 370 ; 1*0' c., 

towards thee, 363. 
ComAifite, f>> counsel, advice, council ; ds., 1270, 1327. 
CorriAtt, m. vn., act of fulfilling, observance ; ds., 52. 
ComArm, m., friendship, fellowship ; as., 652 ; vid. cumArm. 



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ComAomn,/., obligation ; ds., ^ocaI -oo 6., 'borrowed word/ 8 ; at., 

cumAirj(n). The metre requires tin. 
CorriAfip', contr. for comuftf a(w) ; as., neighbour, 392. 
ComAfttA, m., sign, token ; ds., 919. 
CombÁfó, /., affection ; ns., 1010 ; gs., 1329. 
Com-bfioiT), /., (mutual) slavery ; ds., 125. 
Corh-cftut, m., equal beauty ; ds., 1 $c. -oo, 128. 
Concur ( = corri-po5tif), on., near relationship ; ns. (foil, by fte), 221 : 

gs., com^tnf, 133. 
Cotri-Jtac, m., unison ; ás., 1 5c. le, 111. 
CotúLa, /., door, gate ; ns., 187. 

ComWm, m., conflict ; ds., 1 3c, 120, 206, 209 ; ace. resp., 1104. 
Com -Lti ac, equally quick ; ns., 709. 
Cóm-tticc, m., one's own people, friends ; ds., 170. 
Com-ót, m., mutual, social drinking ; gs., corh-oit, 1016. 
CompÁn, m., companion ; npl., compÁin, 1048. 
CoriiftAC, m., contest, combat ; ds., 1 5c, 202. 
Corii-ftomn, /., share, meal ; ds., Aft comftoirm, 164. 
Com-ftu At Aft, m., ' concursus? rushing together ; ds», 1 5c, 709 ; 

[' utter destruction,' T. Sh.]. 

COTTltA, VÍd. COTUAT). 

Com-tfiom, even, equal ; adv., 30 c, 198. 

Com-tfivnme, /., evenness, equality ; gsf., 714. 

Con, vid., cu. 

ConAtlbe, /., love, affection; gs., 1329. 

CoriAtft, /., way, road ; ds., 1272. 

ConcAf, m., vengeance, conquest; ns., 1000; [cf., -oo *óéArif?AiT) 

coucAf mAft ^eAlt Aft étjceAftt, G. J. 20, p. 227]. 
ConctAnn, equal, match, comparison ; ns., 662, 1404. 
ConfA-ÓAc, raging ; ds., 1143. 
ConjbAim, I keep, 2 .s. imperat., con^buis, 950. 
ConnftAX), m., agreement, treaty ; as., 700, 1215. 
COft, m., (1) twist, fail, 5AT1 coft, 1185, (2) state, condition ; ns., 962, 

1053. 
CÓflA, vid. cótft. 
CoftcfiA, red, purple ; ns. , 265. 
Coftmo^At, m., ns., 730, 882. 
Coftp, m., body ; ns., 467 ; gs., cuiftp, 969, 1297 ; ds., 602, 1260 ; as., 

coftp, 954. 



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CofifiAc, fickle, transient, changing, nsf., 997 ; dsm., 1155; adv., 30 

c, 184. 
Coftfi-cnoc, m., round hill, 1. Cofifi-ftiAb, 431 ; vid. Ind. Loc. 
CójUjgA-ó, m., arrangement, choir ; dpi., cóijujúib, 864. 
Cor,/., foot, le g; ns -> 203 > 1399 > 14l7 > 1429 í ds -> ócoiftn, 'from 

beside the m. or from the mouth of the m.,' 228 ; a. dual, coir, 

607. 
Jofc, m. vn., act of checking, desisting ; ds., 809, (foil. b} r x)o = *oe), 

1229. 
CofCAji, m., slaughter ; ds., 1. 5c, 206. 
CofrriAit, like, similar ; ns., 1295 (foil, by te), 1425, (foil, by -oo), 

1495 ; [for c. t>o, cf., ni -OAmrA Af cop mAit, S. G. 38, I. 25.] 
Cofn-AiT), m., act of defending; gs., a ^cofnAim Aft, ' defending them 

against,' 464 ; ds., A3 cofnAth, 1356. 
Cor c, m , coast ; ace. reap., 349. 
CotuJA-ó, m., verbal noun, act of supporting; ns., 1409; gs., co- 

rtn^úe, 1040. 
Cotui^eAc, generous in supporting ; ns., 779. 
CftÁ-ó, m., vexation; m., 133, 169, 1295, 1377, 1417, 1597, 
CfiÁfóce, pp., vexed, tormented ; ns., 412. 
CfiÁtbteAc, pious ; ns., 785. 

CftÁm,/., sow, (applied to the English) ; gs., cfiÁnA, 40. 
CjtAtiti, m., tree, lot (1381), the cross (401, 606); ns., 532 ; gs., 

qioinn, 706; (is., 401, 606, 1495; as., 718, 1381; npl, cftoinn, 1516 ; 

VIC?. fÁtAf . 

CjtAob,/., branch, scion ; ns., 1460 ; #s., cftAotbe, 444 ; npl., 581 ; dpi., 

cfiAobAtb, 28, 1081. 
CfiAobAC, branching, clustering ; ns., 65, 695 ; vsf., 1377. 
CfiAob-bArmA, m., branching band, flowing riband ; ds., 304. 
C|tAob-x>eA|t5, branching red ; red-spreading ; dsf., --óeifi3, 351. 
C|tAob-5ÍAf , branching green, green -spreading ; dsm., 288. 
CtiAOifeAc, /., spear; as., 844 ; gpl., 673, 1557. 

CftAOf , m., gluttony ; gs., cfiAoif (MSS., cftAep , assonantios causa), 334. 
CfiAÚ-úfitAC, of shaking locks ; ns., 65 ; cf., ufitA, O'R. 
Cfté,/., earth, clay ; ns., 301, 389 ; ds., 322, 602, 611, 619 ; as., 360. 
CfteAc, /., plunder, destruction, ruin ; ns., 133, 171, 721, 796, et sqg. ; 

1477, 1501 ; apl., cfteACA, 1558. 
OpeACAc, given to plundering ; ns., 1280. 
CftéAcu,/., wound ; dpi., cfteAccAtb, 108, 385 ; d. dual., cfiéAcu, 1067. 



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CfiéAcrAc, wounded ; ns., 559. 

CfiéAcu-gonAim, I wound severely ; 3 s. pf, t>o c^eAcr- jtnn, 81. 
CjieA-o, interr. pron., what, 308, 3G0, 815, 1574; in oblique cases con- 
strued with rel. pron. gov. by prep., cfieAT) fie a n-, 956 ; cjiéA-o 
fÁn-, 1582. 
CfieAu-cofifi, of round body, form ; dsf., -ctnftft, 995. 
CjieAu-cumfiA, of fragrant body, form ; ns., 71. 
Cfiei-oeAm, m., faith, belief; ns., 1305 ; gs., cfiei-oim, 1010, 1266, 1271, 

1289, 1317, 1333 ; ds., 1214, 1305 ; as., 1325. 
Cfiei*oim, I believe ; past necess., ' to be believed,' cftei-ore, 1326. 
Cjiei-ótn (i. cjieim), m., fretting, gnawing away ; ns., 1352. 
Cjiéime-Ac, wasted away, fretted ; ns., 559. 
Cfii-óe, rn., heart; gs., 1071 ; vid. c|ioix>e ; [N.B., qii-óe is the proper 

spelling]. 
Cjiioc, /., end, country; ns., 371, 983, 1182 ; gs., cjiice, 275, 578, 678, 
1488, 1532, 1558 ; ds., cftic, 132, 138, 460, 995, 999, 1403 ; gpl., 
qiioc, 57 ; dpi., cjiiocAib, 913, 1206. 
Cjiiocritjijim, I finish, put an end to ; 3 s. pf., •oo cftiocnui^, 797 ; 

vn. ds., "oo cfiiocnAjjAX), 1110. 
CjiionAim, I wither ; 3 s. pf., x>o cjiion, 552, 1183 ; pf. ps., "oo CfiíotiA*ó, 

1516 ; vn., £An cjiíonA-ó, 706. 
Cju'onnA, prudent, experienced ; ns., 775, 779, 1533, 1589 ; as a 

noun, 711. 
Cjntifi, /., spark ; ns., Cfi. -An emit, thrill of music, M. ds C, III., p. 
215 ; cf, 50 ccfiitifi ccejfocA, ' cum splendor e for nacis, 1 T. FL, 185- 
Cfucifi- me Aft, sparklingly nimble ; adv., 30 eft., 283. 
CftobAm^, /., handful, cluster; ns., 1081; wrongly explained; 'a 

strong-handed man/ by P. O'Connell in 23 L. 21. 
CfiócAfi, m., bier ; ds., 191. 
C-|10c*oa, embroidered ; ds., 199. 

Cfió-ÓA, valiant, brave ; ns., 226, 730, 775, 1354, 1534. 
Cftoix)e (c^i-óe), m., heart ; ns., 361, 1165 ; gs., 93, 387, 389, 1445, 1479 ; 
used as adj., a "Óé cjioi-oe, 403 ; cfii-oe, 1071 ; ds., 25 ; as., 608 ; 
npl., cfioix>te, 1050. 
Cftoi*ó-LíonmAfi, cattle-abounding, rich in herds ; ns,, 793. 
Cjiom, bent, crooked ; dpi., CjtomA, 28. 
C-fiomAim, I bend down, depress ; 3 *. pf., T>o cfiom, Ceo» 
Cfiof Aim, I forbid ; (foil, by aji) 1 s. pr., 92. 
C|iú,/., blood; ns., 387. 



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CfitJAc,/. (stack), stack-shaped hill ; dpi., cjitiACAib, 1360. 

CfiuAT)-AfinAiT), sternly severe, fierce ; ns., 1104. 

CftuAT>-bui"óeAn,/., stern band ; ns., 289. 

C|itJAT)-cAoi,/., weeping bitterly ; ds., 359. 

CjiuA-ó-gtAf,/., firm lock ; ds., $An cjmA-o-jtAip, 1445. 

CjiuA-ó-got, m., weeping bitterly; ds., 1383. 

CfiuA-o-lAOC, m., stern warrior ; gpl., 294. 

C|iuA"ó-no"o, ra., difficult note ; as., 1423. 

C|iuAT>-"pnAiT)m, m., hard bonds, severe bondage ; ds., 388. 

CfiuAix>, hard, firm, stern; ns., 1053, 1104; ds., 626 ; #pZ., 979; 

a 7 , dual., c}ttjAX)A, 1019. 
CfiuAi-ó-jníoTTi Lóft, m., for Lóft-jníom cftuAi"ó, severe reparation ; 

as., 383. 
CfiUAi-ó-jnjin, hard and rigid ; ns., 350. 
CfiuAi-ó-fteA5, /., steel spear ; gpl., 1388. 
C|tvjAi-ó-ftije, /., hard road ; ns., 393. 
CfiuAf, m., hardness, penuriousness ; ds., 389, 1050. 
Cfiumn, round; ns., 967. 
Cftuinnijte, collected, gathered ; ns., 1507. 
Cftúifcín, m., jug, pitcher ; gs., 334. 
Cftvnc, /., harp ; ns., 245 ; gs., cftutce, 264 ; ás., Cftuiu, 153 ; ^pZ., 

cfiou, 743. 
Cftuinfie, m., harpist; ns., 258. 
Cftuit-min, of gentle form, beauty ; ns., 673. 
Cfiut, m., form ; ns., 265, 623 ; ace. resp., 85. 
CiiutAThAit, 'formosus,' beautiful ; ns., 226. 
Ctiuttji^im, I create ; 3 s. pf., "oo cfiuttnj;, 321, 613. 
Cu, /., hound; vs., 1565 ; gpl., con, 743. 
Cuac, /., cuckoo; #s., cuAice, 239 ; gpl, cuac, 506. It is considered 

a favorable omen if the cuckoo is first heard in Spring to the right 

of observer ; [vid. G. J., No. 52, p. 57]. 
CuAme, m., litter of pups ; fig., a band, troop ; ns., 1082 ; gs., 1045, 

1380 ; vs., 633, 813 ; [for literal meaning cf. coin Af $ac ctJAine 

S. G., p. 28]. 

2uAiftu, /., circuit, visit ; ds., "oon cuAtftr feo, ' on this occasion,' 1398. 
3uAn, ra., harbour; ns., 441 ; gs., cuAm, 503; ds., 980; gpl., 1143; 

cZpL, cuAnuAib, 25, 1511 ; lengthened for assonance in cuAnuAoib, 

325. 

^tjAnnA, high, noble ; ns., 1449, 1536 ; vs., 813 ; [cf. gl., cnoc, For. foe.]. 

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CubAf, m., conscience ; in phr. -OAft mo c., by (on) my conscience, 340. 

Cu^Am, to, towards me, etc.; Is., cugAm., 1595; cuJAm-fA^asp.), 83; 
3 s., cuise, 1251 ; 3 pl. s cu^úa, 1343 ; used after cóiji, 1251 1343, 

Cuib"oe, suitable ; ds., 270 ; [cf. } ip ffuu Af cuibx>e a mACf ArhtA f úu. 
S. 0., 38]. 

CuibjteAnn, m., portion ; ds., 932. 

C 111*0111 5 ax), m., act of helping ; ns., 702. 

CÚ15, five, 928. 

Cúi^eA-ó, m., province ; gs., CÚ131T), 462 ; ds., cói^eA-ó, 188. 

CuitéAn, m., whelp, used Jig., ns., 736 ; cuiteÁn, 1101 ; npl., cuiteÁm, 
1046. 

Cuitu,/., quilt, coverlet; gs., cuitce, 656 ; ds., cintu, 970. 

Cinrhne, /., memory, recollection; ds., Aft c, 'in memory,' ' remem- 
bered/ 809. 

CuimneAc, mindful; ns., 785; 'memorable/ 1579. 

Cuijtim, I put, send; 1 s. pr., c. ceipu, 'put, ask a question/ 1577; 
2 s. pf., "oo ctiijtif *oo C|u\nn Ajt, 'you cast your lot on/ 1381 ; 
•00 cuijiif ftiocu Aft, 'gave followers to/ 1528 ; 3 s. £>/., *oo cuift 
a-ji cÁijroe, 'put off/ 529 ; -oo cuiji té ÍAfAT), 1. cfté lAfA-ó, 'set 
on fire/ 290: "oo cinjt cut fte, 'turned the back on/ 1214; -oo 
cinjt, 322, 1137 ; 2 s. imperat., cuijt, 360 ; pf. ps., x>o cuijteAT> 
1 n-úifi, 'were buried/ 600 ; vn., cu-ft ; ds., 746 ; Ajt ^cuft ctht jte, 
'after turning the back on/ 498 ; part, necess., cufiÚA, 1307. 

Cthjtu, f; court; gs., cthftue, 917 ; ds., cúijiu, 916 ; gpl., cthjtui, 330. 

Cúif, /., cause ; ds., 1317 ; gpl., 916 ; n. dual., 1065. 

Cúifín, m., cushion ; ns., 353. 

Ctnfle, /., vein ; gs., cuipteAnn 5A01I, 'veins of consanguinity/ i.e., 
blood relationship, 1009. 

Cut, m., back, recess; ns., 250; gs., cult, 498, 'defence/ 913, vid. 
bun ; ds., Aft £cut, back (adv.) ; as., cut, 1214. 

Cut, m., lock (of hair) ; ns., 197, 965, 1421. 

CutAix), /., dress, suit; gs., 216. 

Óum, cum. gen., to, towards; 680, 700, 741, 843 (his), 1221. [This 
common word does not occur in T. Sh. \ 

CtimA, equal, indifferent ; ns., ctiniA ftiAm, ' it was ever thus/ 1392. 

CurriA, /., sorrow, feeling of loneliness; ns., 1062 ; ds., 187. 

CumAim, I form ; 3 s. pf., "oo cum r- e, etc., ' he fulfilled every con- 
dition necessary to bring about that scarcity and want' (which 
follows the death of a good prince), 700. 



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CumAtin, m., affection ; gs., ctimAinn (as adj.), 824 ; cf., comAnn. 

CvmiAf, m., power ; gs., cumAir-, 492. 

CumA-pc, m., mélée ; ds., i 5c, 747. 

CtninMc, m., covering, cover ; ds., 468. 

CurhfiA, fragrant ; adv., 50 C, 284. 

Cún^AncAc, helpful, aiding, protecting ; ns., 4G2. 

Cvj|tA-ó, m., knight ; ws., 824 ; gpl., 747, 1595. 

CujifA, m., course ; ns., 1565. 

CutAit, shy ; ns., 515. 

T)' vid. "oe and t>o. 

*OÁ (asp.) two. Followed by dual form of noun. The foil, inflections 

occur, af., a t>á LAim (coif), 607 ; gm., cjté Ati x>Á Apr-uAt "oeA^, 

389 ; df., -oon -oÁ -ójiom^ (rectius -oftonsAib) cjiuat>a, 1019 ; am., 

FÁn "OÁ rhAc, 1113 ; vid. also 1034, 1039-1047, 1055, 1065-1080, 

1095, 1324, 1428. 
X)Á n-, "oAfi, comp. of re£. with *oo, "oe, q. v. 
*OÁ 11-, if. Generally cum imp/., 617, 630, 869, 977, 1589; cum pr. f 

371, 756, 1373 ; cum cond., 873, 934, 1285 ; with if, "OA mbA-o, 906, 

1109 ; with AuÁim, t>á jiAib, 626. 
*OÁ before comp. of adj. (or the abstract nouns derived from them, 

'however' (great, high, etc.), ^02, 315, 326, 345, 450, 1563. 

Notice "OÁ uAibfiije -óo, ' however proud it be,' 315 ; *oa 

LuAnrmije "óóib, ' however active they be/ 326. 
*OÁ ("00 + a the pnss. pron.) before verbal noun to express pres. part. 

(generally pass.), 217, 218, 252, 456, 539, 807, 848, 849, 943, 944, 

1127, 1291, 1379, 1422, 1560, 1572. 
T)Áib .1. "001b, vid. s. v. no. 
*OAib|ieAf, ra., poverty; ^An *o., 1259. 
T)Áil (-oÁt),/., distribution, fate, state, condition, ns., 818, 1261, 1310, 

1336, -oÁL, 988 ; gs., pÁ -óeAf ca-ó riA -oáLa, * in the dregs of fate,' 

478 ; ds., "oAit, 513 ; apl., t>ÁLa, ' with regard to,' ' as for/ 837. 
"OAitim, I distribute, grant ; 3 s. cond., -oo T>ÁitpeA"ó, 808 ; 2 8. im~ 

perat., T)ÁiL-re, 542 ; v. n. ds., *oo x>Áit, 823. 
"OAm^eAn, adj., firm ; adv., 30 "o., 483. 
"OAm^eAn,/., stronghold; dpi., -oAin^mb, 746. 
T)Ain5eAn-"olúitri,/., firm dense mass ; ds. id., 696 ; [cf., fio *OAiri3eAn- 

■otutAijiuc An -oeAbA-o x)o *oib teitib eAcojtfiA. b. Ao-óa 
UtjAix), p. 290.] 



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T)aiji, /., oak-tree ; ds., "OAfiAii;, 929. 

"OÁijroíot (aZ.,-oeÁ-[roAt)) ; m., inhospitality, churlishness, £An -ooctriA 
5A11 -o., 525 : [cf, 5Ati -oúnAT) *oofi*iif, $An -ooitceAll $An t>áíji- 
•oiot, in H. 5, 10, p. 32, where 23/G.24 has the same variant 

•OeÁfTOAt.] 

'OAiu-JeAt, colour-bright, brightly coloured ; ds., 272. 

T)Ál, T)ÁIa, vid. "oÁit. 

T)aII, blind ; ns., An *OAlt, a name given to Longinus, the centurion, 

who pierced our Lord's side on the cross, 608 ; [cf., G. J. 54, pp t 

85, etsqq.] ; dpi., -OAt/lAib, 70. 
T>aLca, m., pupil, ward ; as., 244. 
*Oatti vú£. -do, prep. 
*Oatti fié, ox of time (?), some mythical animal, 739; [cf., "oatti "oiteAnn 

P. ds H., 7221 ; an leg., -OArh fiéi-óe, ox of the plain.] 
*OÁtti,/., collection or body of poets, savants; gs., "cAime, 151,465 

834, 1065, 1483 ; ds. *oÁim, 568 ; gpl., "oÁni, 800, 1472. 
TDAmriA, m., matter, cause ; ns., 1578. 
*Oau .1. "oo + A + n+b, usually -oA|i(b) 1. *oo + A + ji + b; -OAti *oú, to 

whom is due, 991 ; [cf, -OAn -outcAf, II g F., p. 423.] 
*OÁn, m., poem; gs., --oaua, 868 ; gpl., *oÁn, 570 : dpi., -oÁncAib, 518. 
*OÁn, m., fate, in phr., 1 nt)Án -oo, destined for, 484, 558, 987. 
*OÁíia, bold, fierce ; gpl., 58 ; adv., 30 -o., 413. 
T)AnA|i, m., barbarian {lit., a, Dane) ; gpl. id., 1120, 1376. 
*OAnA|fÓA, barbarous ; as., 1184. 
T)AnfmAcu, m., barbarous sway, tyranny ; ns., 1365. 
*Oaoi, m., fool ; ds., 104, 1382. 

T)AoineAc populous, numerous, having many retainers ; ns. t 793, 966. 
T)Aomne seems used for assonance for "OAonnA, human ; ds., 316. 
*CAOi]i bfieit,/., condemnation ; gs. id., for -bfieite, 1578. 
TDAOijie,/., costliness, expensiveness ; ds., 834. 
*OAOi|i-TrieAf, m., degrading opirion, contempt; ds., ip& "ó., 1120. 
T)Aoi|tfe, /., slavery; ns., 1502 ; gs. id., 871 ; *OAoi|tfi, 988; ds., ! 

n-o., 594, fÁ -ó., 665 ; as., 542. 
TJAOitm,/., sufficiency ; a n-o. (their sufficiency) enough, 907. 
*OAot, m., chafer ; gs., x>AOit, 98. 
"OAonnAcc, /., humanity, kindness, honesty; ns., 819, 1401; gs., 

•OAonnAccA, 569 ; ds., 590, 827. 
*OAOft, slavish, severe ; ds., 86, com. sup., -OAoifie, 668. 
*OAOft-"ÓAitue, expensively coloured ; ds., 302. 



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*OAOfi-nArA, m., costly hat ; ds., 306. 

T)AOft-or-nA"ó, m., painful sigh ; gpl., 671. 

T)aji, by (in imprecations), 340, 1437. 

*Oaji, in phr. -oAfi teAm, ' it seems to me/ 1361, "OAfi teAr, 'it seems 
to you,' ' one would think,' 254. 

T)Aji(b) = , oo + A + fi + b or -oe + A + ji + b ; -oe is repeated, 328; via. if. 

T)A|1A15, aid. -oAifi. 

*OÁ-ftíjiib, really, in earnest, 666, 874, 1337. 

X>a\cc, m., dart ; as., 83. 

*OÁpA A .c, /., violence ; ds., 501. 

*Oac, m., colour; gs. (as adj.), -oaúa, 311. 

*OaúatíiaiL, comely {lit., coloured) ; ns., 1082. 

*Oe, prep., from, off, of. It never occurs here as simple prep., x>o is 
always used instead. It appears in prep. pron. 1 s. x)iom, 236, 
976, 1398, 1588, 3 s., -oe, 269, 3 pi., -oiob, 114, 328, 926, 1160, 
1264, 1340. It is used (1) after certain verbs, beAnAim j?ia|?- 
jiui^im, teAnAim, co^Aim fuAf, 1:151m, etc., (2) after superla- 
tives, cf., 1151, 1340, etc., (3) partitively, after lÁn, cia, uÁin, 
Aon, etc. (4) combining with rel., *oÁ, *oÁfi is used instead of 
simple rel. after 5AC, 41, 1362, 1390 ; $An, 1592 ; after superl., 
1441, etc., (5) to form adverbial or prepositional phrases, as "o'eir- , 
•o'AOTi-béim, etc., etc. 

T)eAbAi-ó,/., strife; gs., -oeAbtA, 1024; dpi., -oeAOCAib, 1049. 

TDeAcAi-o, vid. céix>im. 

*OeACAi|t, difficult, 1248, 1490; as noun, 'hardship, difficulty/ 189, 
548, 1502, 1569. 

OeACArhtAc (al., x>acúíac), seems a variant for the sake of assonance 
of "OocAtritAc, painful (T. Sh.) ; adv., 50 -o., distressful, painful, 86. 

TDeAcjiAc, straitened, distressed, ns., 513. 

OeAt), m., tooth, row of teeth ; gs., *oéi*o, 109 ; ds., 312; npl., *oéi*o, 198. 

Doa-oIa, bold ; ns., 1082 ; adv., 50 x>., 413. 

T)éA5 (in comp. numerals) ten, An -OÁ a. 'oé^, 389. 

*OeÁ5AiX), in phr. 1 n-A x>, pm, after that, 409. 

T)eA5, in comps. ' good/ sometimes lengthened -oéAJ. 

T)éA^-AtAi|t, m., good father, ref. to God ; gs., -At Aft, 372. 

T)éA5-btAf, m., good taste ; ns., 348 

T)eA5-ctiAine, m., good tribe ; ns., 906. 

T>éA5-'óÁn, m., good poem ; gs., -T>ÁnA, 868. 

X)eA$-5nuifeAc, of good appearance, of fair visage ; as., 61. 



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TeA5-tr.dc, m., good son ; ns., 1591. 

"OeA^-mACAl, m., good cloak ; ds., 302. 

"OeAJ-obAiji,/., good work ; npl., -oibjie, 395. 

*OeAlb, poor, miserable ; ns., 513. 

*OeAlbAc, shapely, well-built ; ns., 1571. 

T)eAtb4T>, vn., act of shaping, forming ; gs., "oeAtbrA, 851. 

T)eAtbui5im ; I shape, form, create ; 3 s. pf, -oo -óe-ALbtn^, 1461. 

T)eAt3, m., thorn, prickle ; ns., 483. 

DeAtl-fiA-o, m., appearance, brilliancy ; ds., 1258« 

*OéAfi, -oéAfiAib, vid. -oeojt. 

"OeAfib, certain, true ; ns., 80, 221. 

*Oe&pX)i&, approved, tried ; comp. sup., 851. 

*OeAjibjiÁÚAifi, m., brother ; ds., 548 ; gpl., *oeAfib|tÁÚAfi, 1070. 

*OeA|tbtjijúe, pp. of -oeAjibji^im, certain, determined, 278. 

TjeAftc,/., eye ; ns., 1063 ; npl., -oeAjicA, 90, 943, 1428 ; gpl., -oeAtic, 
ftmn mo *ó., ( acies oculorum' 1491. 

*OeA|i5, red, npl., 12 ; fallow, as., 1428. 
T)eAfi5Aim, I redden, wound ; pf. ps., t>o -oeAn$A-ó, 88. 
*OeAftlAiceA"ó, m., distributing, benefit ; gs., "oeAjtlAicce, 1050. 
T)eA|inA, /., palm of hand, ns., 943 ; ds., -oeAfinAin, 483. 
*DéA|ifcnAi5im, I distinguish, explain; 3s. pf., x>o "óeAjir-cnAit;, 664; 

vn., ds., -oo -óéA-fir-criAiTri, 868. 
*OeAf, right (opp. to left), pretty, ns., 203, 613, 1220 ; dsf, -oeip, 240 ; 

also, south ; a n-oeAf , from the south, 422. 
"OeapcA-o, m., dregs, f a t>. ha -oáIa, in the dregs of fate, slough of 

despond, 478 [cf gloss., Cath Ruis na RighJ. 
T)eAfCA-|i, m., dregs, nd., id., 1072. 
*DóióeAHAc, late ; comp., -oéi-óeAnAi^e (-ac MSS.) surviving, ' superste.s/ 

365. 
T)éi-óeATiAcc, /., remnant, ns., 579. 
*Oéi-o-3;eAt, white-toothed ns. (for as.), 62. 
T)éi5-beA|tu, /., good deed ; gpl., 336. 
"Oeig-peAft, m., good man ; ns., 1025. 

T>eifib-£ine, /., true tribe, family ; ds., 1056, 1323 ; as.* 1323. 
*Oéijic, /., charity, ds., 590 ; as., 94, 403. 
T)ei-fteoit, weak, infirm, ns. s 115; (/sm., 1128. 
T)eif e, /., beauty, w.s, 1309. 
*Oéif cm, /., abomination, loathing, ns., 1241. 
'Oéir-cmeAC, abominable, loathsome, ns. t 343. 



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"Oeoc,/., drink ; gs., "oi^e, 1072; ds., -015, 243. 

*Oeo-cuipne, m. } last frost, chill ; as., Í08. 

"Oeoi"ó, in phr., -pÁ *ó. at last, 36 ; 'tia -óeoi-ó -pin, after that, 172. 

"Oeom, /., consent; *oom *óeom, with my consent, at my pleasure; 

•OÁ mbA-o *o. te T)ia, if God consent, 1109. 
"Oeot m., act of sucking ; gs., "oeoit (as adj.), 339. 
"OeotAim, I suck ; 3 pi. pf., x>o -oeotpA-o, 40 ; 3 s. cond., *oo -oeot-pA-o, 

108. 
*Oeonui5im, I vouchsafe, grant, allow; 3 s. pf, 135. 
"Oeoji, m., tear, drop ; ns., 39 ; gpl., "©eofi, 359 ; -oéAfi, 704 ; dpi. "oeoftAib, 

186 ; *oéA|iAib, 944 ; apl., *oéAfiA, 386. 
"OeofiAc, tearful ; adv., 50 *o. 160. 
*Oeofi<vó, m., an exile; gs., •oeojiAi'ó, 1045 ; npl., *oeojiAi-o, 717; gpl., 

192, 471. 
T)ia, m., God ; ns., 1250, 1263 ; gs., 391, 392, 594, 625, 1218, 1220, 1242, 

4258; as., "Oia, 1109, obj. before the verb in T)ia "oo fp\x>, who 

spited, defied God, 1318; vs., *Oé, 1461; a X)é ('ftoróe, God of 

(my) heart, 403 ; npl., "oéiúe 'gods/ 75. 
*OiAbtAix), diabolical ; apl., •oiAbtAi-oe, 402. 
T3iAcui|t, /., sorrow, grief; ns., 1499 ; cf., *oiacaiji, O'R* 
"Oiat>a, pious ; ns., 786. 
*Oiait), after, in phr. 1 n*o. (cum. gen.), 195, 220; vo *o., after thee, 

1351 ; 'riA -ó., after him, it 1455, 1531. 
*OiAin-meAfi, eagerly active, ns., 1541. 

T)Aijimin, 1455 (?) Perhaps we should read *oiAiftmiT>m, irreverence. 
*OiAn, violent, eager ; ns., 195, 1481; as., id., 1540; comp.sup., *oéme, 

1574 ; adv., 50 -o., 641, 1333. 
TMAn-AnAc, m., violent path, way ; ds., 871. 
*OiAn-bfioi-o, /., violent captivity ; ns., 723. 
TMAn-^lAn, eagerly, bright, fervently, pure; ds., 828. 
ThAn-tTiAiu, fervently good ; gpl., 1472. 

"OiAp, /., a couple, pair, two persons; gs., -oeipe, 1076, cum. gen., 1070. 
*Oi-bpeA|t5, /., vengeance, plundering; ds., *oibpeiji5, 1024; vid. not. 

5. v. ceAjvo; [properly written "Oi-beAji^, vid. Zl. I. p. 498.] 
Oibijic, /., act of vanishing, expelling; ds., 1592. 
DiceAtt, m., endeavour, earnestness ; ns., 818 ; ds., 641. 
Th'-oeAn, /., protection ; ns., 170 ; ds., 1591 ; as., 717 ; seems here, m. 
"Oi-^eAn, m., moroseness, sullenness ; ns., 1058. 
*OÍ5ntc, /., dignity; ns., 1596; ds., 924. 



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Thl, dear, beloved ; ds., 1214 ; comp. sup., -oite, 1323. 

T)ite, /., flood, deluge ; ns., 822 ; gs., -oiteArm, 31, 1358, 1519 ; 

teAtinÁn *oíteAnn, 'water-nymph/ 1525 ; ds., T>iLirm, 944. 
"OiLeAf, own, special ; ns., 234, 786 ; used as noun, *oo *ó., ' thy right,' 

'thy inheritance,' 1529; gsm., -oitif, 34; dsm., -oileAr-, 948; 

adv., 50 "o., 823 ; comp. sup., *oir-le [for *oitfe], 1340. 
"OitteAcc, m., orphan ; ns., 712 ; ds, id., ' bereft of/ 1170 ; gpl. id., 192, 

1412. [In MSS. often spelled "oíleAcu, *oíoIacu.] 
*Oí-trieAf, m., disesteem, contempt ; ds., 1535. 
THooa-ó, m., extinction, death without leaving issue ; ns., 1097. 
*OiocfiA, earnest, fervent ; dsf., 69b. 
Th'ocjtAc, earnest; ns., 1518. 
Th'oJA, /., rejection ; ns., 1268. 
T)Í05Aitu, /, act of revenging ; as. resp., 1574. 
■Qio^At, /., vengeance ; ns., 1300 ; gs., as adj., "oiogtA, 723, 841 ; 

as., "oio^Ail. 
Th'oJAtcAc, vengeful, vindictive ; gpl., 58. 
•OíojbÁit, /., loss, damage, injury ; as., 135 ; ds., 1160. 
THojtAc, m., avenger (?) ; as., 716. [MSS. thoI^ac, perhaps -oíot5AX)A('\ 

pardoning, forgiving, O'R.] 
"OiojlAc, gpl., 742, for -oíojbÁUc, profuse (?). 
•QiojlAim, /., act of gleaning, collecting ; ace. resp., 1559. 
*Oio5|iAif, /., zeal ; gs., as adj., -oiogjtAife, 1045 ; as., 651, 808, 879. 
Th'ol, m., payment; ns., 'state,' 1590; -o. éijieAnn, 'worth as much 

as Eire/ 212; bA x>. Aifi, 'which he was worthy of/ 933; ds., 

'reward/ 587 ; 'nA "ó., 'in consequence of it' ^ms marriage), 170. 
*OíotAiítt, I sell; 3 s. pf., "oo x)iot, 1211. 
Th'otcAc, paying, liberal ; ns., 829. 
Th'omAf , m., pride ; ds., 758. 
T)íombÁi-óeAc, distressful, pitiful ; ns., 4:75. 
Th'om-OA, m., displeasure ; gs., 186 ; [-oiorriA MSS.]. 
*Oiomf ac, proud ; ns., 1541. 
T):on, m., protection ; ns., 456, 1300 ; ds., 590, 1173 ; as., 544 : foil. 

by a-m, 590, 1173 [fem. in Simple Lessons, § 932, but masc, O'JL, 

Coneys, T. Sh.\ 
Oíoti-coimeÁ-o, m., act of protecting and preserving ; ds., 577. 
OionttiAft, defensive, protective ; ns., 1571. 
Thonn, m., hill, fortified hill ; ns., 449 ; \cf. -oinn Ainm 5AC x)|itinnn^e 

St. Metr. Gl., p. 17]. 



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Thonn-po^dt, /., plundering of hills, forts ; gs., --po^t-A, 996. 

"Oiontn^teoifieAcu, /., protection, guardianship ; ns., 1412. 

Th'ofimd, m., band, troop ; ns., 1084 ; ds., 1527 ; dpi., "oiojundib, 51. 

"Oioji^A, straight, direct ; comp. sup., 581. 

Dioit^Aim, I direct, offer ; pf. ps., *oo "oíoftJA-ó, 1595. 

Th'opc, ra., barrenness, dimness; gs., as adj., -oiofcd, 699 ; ds., 1259. 

Th'opcd, m., dryness ; ds., 839, 1522 ; [cf., -oipce tnbtecud, gl., bit 
Cdn tdcu, Laws IV., 52.] 

Th'oú [-oíú], /., want, destruction; ns., 188, 467, 996, 1025, 1029, 1086, 
1092 ; gs., -oite, 634, 714, 812. 

Th'ftedc, direct, straight, upright : ns., 722, 819 ; gsm., "oifiig, of the 
■oÁn -oíftedc, (yid. pref.), 868 ; adv., 50 x>., 1333. 

Th'pte, /., loyalty, devotion ; gs., 1318 ; [aZ. *oitfe]. 

T)ifle, vie?. -oitedf. 

*Oícedó [/oíotdc] defective, in straits ; ns., 1513 ; adv., 30 *o, 160. 

T>íúfiedb, ra., wilderness, desert ; gpl., 746. 

T)iu, ra. abl. s. of *oia, day ; only in 1 iroiu, to-day, 420, 938, 992. 

'Oiui'oe, /., simplicity, shyness; ns., 835. 

"OLáoi"ó, /., lock of hair; as., 1384. 

"OteAcu, pp. of "otijim, proper ; ip *ol. "oo, 'ought,' 637. 

*Otedcu-fcéitri, /., proper, natural beauty ; ns. {recto -padm), 1121. 

*Oti5e(dT>), ra., law ; gs., *olii;e, 52. 

"Otinje, ra., dispersion ; ns., 186; where I read, "otui^e •oíonród, dis- 
persion of displeasure, anger,' for MSS., *otdoi "oíomd. [cf. -otin^e 
no -oidnfCdoited-o, 'disperse or scatter,' F.M., Vol. V., p. 1644 ; 
■otui-óe .1. -0e.dtt15.dT>, O'Dav., p. 78.] 

T)túit-bmn, compactly harmonious ; adv., 50 *o., 282. 

T)tuit-ed5jidim, I settle, arrange firmly; pr. ps. •0tu1u-e.A5.dfi, 'in 
which the nature (or heredity) of my people is firmly settled ' ; 
[for this form of pr. ps., cf., ue.d5.dfi dft d*ob-dtmó-|i f OjifiA. S.G., 
p. 37, I. 1.] 

T)tut-cdoin, intimately tender, gentle, ; dsm., 948. 

*Oo, poss. adj., thy ; contr. t>' before vowels -o'dg, 1535 ; *oo ctdnnu^dX) 
ftif, ' thy bearing children to him,' 72, etc., etc. 

T)o, prep., to, for ; used ethically and in dative relations ; forms prep, 
pron., 1 s., -oATri, 11? 419, 1029, 1584 ; *odmr-d, 457 ; *oom, 637, et sqq., 
1431, 1464, 1594 ; 2 s., -ouic, 297, etc. ; 3 sm., -oo, 286, 315 ; 3 sf., 
■01, 378, 495, 877, 987, 1129, 1135 ; -oi, 121 ; 1 pi., -oumn, 1033 ; 
2 pi., -odoib-(fe), 37, 117, 341 ; 3 pi., -oóib, 52, 322, 1344, 1384 ; 



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■oÁib, 1300 ; with the def. art. sing, it becomes "oon, 55, etc ; 
with the poss. pron., 1 s., *oom, 77, 1490, 1591 ; 2 s., •cot), 602, etc.; 
3 sm., *oÁ {asp.) 273, etc. ; 3 sf., -oÁ., 13, etc.; lpl., *oaji, 403 ; 
before rel.pron.'ok n-, with perf. tense *oÁft (asp ; used after many- 
verbs and nouns, cei*oim, 1404 ; uigim, 1286, etc. ; vid. *oa, "oati, 
•OAjib, supra. 

Oó, two ; used absolutely; fÁ *óó, 'twice', 1477. 

*Oo-beifiim, I give, cause ; 1 s.pr. -oo-beiiiim, 977 ; 3 s. t)o-beifi, 518, 
1576, 1588 ; 1 s. pf., ct^Af, 274, 429 ; 2 s. t ru^Aif, 1375 ; 3 s. 
UU5, 144, etc.; 3 pi., ut^r-A-o, 1022; 3 s. jut. red., -oo-béAjiA, 
374; 2 s. imperat. UAbAift, 386; #>ari. nee, cu^tA, 1344; vn. 
cóbAiftu, 324. 

*OocA|t, m. injury ; ds., 464. 

X)ócAf , m., hope ; as. 244. 

'Oo-cirn, I see; 1 5. pr., -oo-cim, 573, 1385, 1493; end., ni -pAidm, 507; 
riAc fAicirn, 1469; Is. im.pf.j *oo-cinn, 810, 1548, 1551 ; end. 2s., 
•oÁ bfAicúeÁ, 617 ; 1 s. pf., T>o-connAftc, 410, 1475, 1486, 1567; 
end. 3 s., ni j?aca, 805 ; a bj?ACA, 1492 ; 1 s. fut., -oo-cifeA-o, 
1561 ; pr. ps., -oo-ciueAjt, 915. 

*Oo-ctuinim, I hear; 1 s. pf. act., ni-cuAtA, 1348 ; 50 jcviaLa, 455 ; 
lengthened for assonauce, "OO-cuAlAiJeAr-, 377 ; pf.ps., cuaIa-6, 
1357, 1441. 

T)ocmA, m., harshness, evil plight ; ds., 525 ; [cf., G. J,, 90, p. 102; 
and S. O., p. 48, I. 28.] 

T)ocjtuiT)e, /., distress, evil plight; gs., 994. 

T)ocu, tight, stiff; dsm., 468 ; camp, sup., -ooicce, 1049. 

*OoctnriAib, /., hardship, distress ; ns., 1074. 

*Oo-5eibim, I find, get ; 3 5. pr. ; -oo-jeib, 269, 521 ; end. 1 pi. cÁ 
bfAJAm, 749 ; 2 s. pf., f uAjiAif, 382 ; 3 s., j?uaiji, 180, etc. ; end., 
ni fUAiji, 933, 1164 ; 1 s., anal ytic for m, ^é -puAijimé, 650 ; ljpZ., 
puAiji fmn-ne, 1114 ; 3 pi., fUAfifA-o, 1235 ; fuajia-oaji, 1161 ; 
3 s. fut. end., -pui^be, 701, 1145 ; 3s. cond. end., *oÁ bpui^beAX), 
934 ; v.n., fA^bÁit, 130, 820 ; pr. ps. end., yt&^tAy, 939 ; pf.ps., 
f jtit, 480, 1364 ; end. id., níófi ip jtít, 7 ; left jtjiíú, 582 ; 30 bp jiit, 
1358 ; /wi. £>s. encZ., ftn^teAji (^iceAji, MSS.), 939. 

*Oo-5nim, I do, cause; 3 s.pr. -oo-^ni-o, 103, 938, 1428 ; 3 pi., -oo-Jni-o, 
1008 ; 3 s. end., 50 rroein, 378 ; 3 s. pf, -oo-fimne, K-5, 175 ; 
3 s. fut., -oo-géAnA, 366; 3 pi., -oo-geAnAi-o, 364; 1 s. fut. end., 
rn -óéAti, 753 ; 1 s. cond. -oo-^eAnAinn, 971 ; 2 s. analytic, "oo- 



139 

jéAnA-ó cú, 627 ; 2 s. imperat. act., •oédti, 374, 383, 393, 403 ; 

imperat. ps., T)éAnuAfi, 299 ; pr. opt. ps., 30 rméAncAfi, 404 ; fut. 

ps. end., ní -óéAnuAji, 352 ; v?i., -oéAnAiri, ds., 567, 811, 1560 ; gs., 

•oéAnuA, 332, 569 ; p. part, (as adj.), gpl>> "oéAncA, 742 ; ^arí. 

nec, -oéAnuA, 323. 
T)óro,/., hand; gsf., *oóiT>e, 272, 914. 

T)ói-o-cteAt, /., trellis-hand, lit., hand-wattle ; npl., -cteAtA, 101. 
"0015, /., hope, confidence ; n. dual, -oÁ *óói3, 1045 : -oom 'óóig, ' in 

my opinion/ 104, 112, 1596; also im "óói^, 300; ix> "óóij, 'in 

thy opinion/ 302, 369, 391 ; 1 TTOÓ13 a rroionuA, ' in hopes of 

defending them/ 914 ; -o^fi n"oói 3, ' surely/ ' sure/ 55. 
*Ooitbte, magical; ds., 262; [cf. -ootb 1. -ojtAoi-óechu, Mtr. Ol.]. 
"Ooil^e, /., sorrow ; ns., 668 ; gs., 1065. 
*Ooiti5, sad, sorrowful, grievous ; ns., 976, 1097 ; comp. sup., -ooittje, 

612, 962 ; in MSS. often «00113. 
< Ooiniin, deep; ns., 349 [where it m pron., "OAOin] ; vid. -ooiiiAin, infra. 
T)oi-TrieAfCAim, I confuse, confound ; 3 s. perf. cum. pron. infix. 1 s., 

fio-m-*óoiTheAfc, has confounded me, 1076. 
"OoineAtiti, /., bad weather, tempest; ns., 689. 
T)oifib, bitter, acid; 3Aijtteo3 t>., 1246. 
T)óittuim, I pour, shed; 2 s. pf., x>o •óóiftcip (aji), 1389; vn. ds., 

■oóftcA-ó, 944. 
*Oóic, /., burning; as., 175. 

TJÓiúnn, I burn, singe ; 3 s. pf., nÁft -óóit, 1042 ; p. part., -oóicce, 183. 
T)óLÁr-, m., sorrow; gs., "oótÁif, 1072; ds., 1063. 
*Oom, vid. -oo, prep. 

*OóriiAin, deep ; asf, 358 ; vid. x>onriin, supra. 
*OOTriAn, m., world; gs., "ooniAin, 1128, 1285; ds., 389, 1164. 
T>omblAf, m., gall; ns., 1243. 

T)oirinÁn, m., little world, wretched world; gsm., •ootrmÁm, 1309. 
*OonA, unhappy, unfortunate; 71s., 1332; vsf, 1349. 
*OonA-bfttnx>eAn, /., unhappy castle, palace; npl., -bfttnx>ne, 43. 
T)onÁn, m., wretch, unfortunate person ; ns., 712. 
T)onAf, m., misfortune; gs., -ooriAir-, 994, 1585 ; *oonoif, 1058. 
*Oonn, m., (1) brown, swarthy person or (2) prince ; gpl., 1304. 
T)o|tc|iA, malignant ; .#pJ., 1219. 

T)0|tcui3im, I darken, eclipse; 3 s. pf, x>o -oojictnj, 495, 1575. 
*0|iA5, /., fire, also dragon ; n. dual, -0^13, 1042 ; [cf. Corm., x>ftAc, a 
dracone, quasi, "OftAcc 1. ceme 1. 1^3]. 



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•OfiAsÁTi, m., dragon ; gs., "Oji^Ain, 1101. 

*0|iaoi, m. M druid, seer; ns., 116; npl., -opAoiie, 737; gpl., vput-ó, 

798; -o|iAoiúe, 800, 854, 1483, 1503. 
*OjiAoiúe-dc, fond of druids, seers ; ns., 791. 
T)tieAci:-5Uti, poetically pure; ns., 1410, 1559; [-ojiechu, i. -Aiftcheuot, 

.For. /oc. ; #Z., eotur-, -ou^ti, O'ZJav.]. 
T)fieAc-bUit, #s., as adj., 'of fair .or blooming features/ 1353. 
■OfteAc-nÁji, ' of bashful countenance ' ; nsm. t 1525. 
T)|ieAm, wi., people ; ns., 180, 1387 ; as., 683. 
T)|iéimi|ie, m., ladder; as., 393. 
T>fteoi5ue, p. part, of -ojieoisim ; ' rotted/ 182. 
*OfiólAnnA, only in pi., 'viscera, 9 entrails ; gpl., npól&nt), 189. 
'Otiotn-ctA'ó, m., ridge, surface; raft "o., 31 ; [cf., -ojionictA éi|teAnn 

used^fy., F. M. II., p. 602.] 
"Ot 1011 ^/-' throng, crowd, people, some; ns., 1164, 1559; ds., "Oftum^, 

1184 ; d. dual, -ojioinj, 1019. 
T)fion3-poincit, strong or powerful in retainers ; ns., 793. 
*Ofiucu, m., dew, (heavenly dew) manna ; ns., 1243 ; gs., x>púcz&, 1293 ; 

ds., -ofiúcc, 966, 1241. 

*0|1tJ-AX), vid. -D|1A01. 

*Ofiui-oim, I close, move; 1 s. pr., -ofitn-oim (lei), 413; 2 s. imperat., 

■oftui-o (ó), 961 ; 2 pi., ■ofun'oró fu^r-, 633. 
T)tiuim, m., back or ridge of hill ; ns., 449 ; gs., •OftomA, 545. 
*Ou, due, natural right; ns., 913, 991, 1287. 
TH.A-Ó, m., trouble, toil ; jAn -oua-o, 1237, 1261, 1364. 
"OuAibfeAC, gloomy, distressful ; vsf. id., 1349. 
*OuAitin, ra., little lock of hair, ringlet ; gs., 317. 
J DuAi|ic-f eA|t, m., surly man, churl ; gpl., 1376. 
T)u-At, natural right, proper (foil, by -oo), 232, 341, 373, 639, 1135, 

1278, 1386. 
*OtJAtAc, ringleted ; as., 1384. 
*OtJAn,/., poem, song; gpl., 1560. 
T)tiAnAc, poetic, songful ; ns., 1410. 
*OuAf, /., premium, reward ; ds., -ou-Aif, 211 ; gpl.. "ouAf, 836 ; apl.. 

•ouAf a, 518. 
T)tJAf-bo5, easy in rewarding, liberal ; ns., 829, 1353. 
*Oub, black ; ns., 708 ; comp. sup., -otnbe, 622. 
•Ouoac, anxious, sad ; ns., 172. 
X)ubAitceAf, m., viciousness ; ds., 758. 



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THíit,/., desire, wish (foil, by 1 n-) ; ns., 522 ; as., 1389, 1408, 1540. 

•Oume, m., man ; ns., 337, 937, 1263 ; ^ac irotiine, 155, 1392 ; vs., 597 ; 
gpl, -OAome, 646; dpi., -oAomib, 683, 820, 937, 1546. 

"OumeAUA, humane; ns., 722. 

T)úifcim, I awaken ; 3 s. imp/., *oo "óínrceA-ó, 879. 

*Oúiúce,/., country ; ns., 512, 720 ; gpl, *oúiúcí, 331. 

T>uL, vid. ceix)im. 

T)úL,/., element ; gpl., 1510. 

T)ún, m., fort; ns., 435, 442, etc. ; gs., -oúin, 1056, mim -oéAJ-AtAti, 
1 heaven/ 372 ; ds., 1100, 1548. T)ún was formerly neuter, hence 
the eclipsis in ns., *Oun ^Cf.ou, X)urt sClÁijte, 441. 

T>únAim, I close, shut; pr. ps., mincAji (a\\), 187. 

*Oún-tiof, m., an enclosed tiof or fort ; ds., 430. 

*OútcAf, w., heritage, birthright ; ns., 646. 

é, i?ron. m. 3 5., used after if expr. or understood ; e. g., after cia, 459, 

CjiéAX), 1574, etc. ; emphatic form eipe-An, 896. 
eAbjiA, /., Hebrew language ; ns., 5 ; cf., An eAbfiA, An ueAn5<\ 

nAoriiÚA (E. Sc, p. 34 J. 
e.AbjiAc, m., Hebrew; <#>£., 1269, 1294. 
e^c, m., horse ; ds., 1598 ; gpZ., eAc, 213, 1372. 
eAc-tonjAc, horse-grazing (?) ; ds., 1100. 
éAcu, 77i., deed, achievement; ns., 459; n. dual id., 1068; an leg., 

éAcc-Á-óbAl, 459 ? 
éAcuAé, mighty, of great achievements; ?is., 291; gsm., éAccAi^, 

1526. 
éAcc-ponn, m., mighty land, land of famous deeds ; gs., fuinn, 

1080. 
eAccjiAnnAc, m., stranger; as , 806 ; gpl., eAccjionnAc, 1156 
eAcc|ionn, m., stranger; gpl., 992. 
eAT), pron. pers. neut., it ; ní heA-o, 240. 
éAT), m., jealousy ; gs., óa-oa, 1394. 
éAT)Ac, m., dress; gs., éA'OAis, 307. 

éA*oAn, m., forehead, countenance ; ns., 343, 881 ; ds., 318, 556, 803. 
eA"OftÁin, /., interposing, interfering on behalf of; ns., 1028; ds., 

1093 ; [cf., nÁ bí fiéi-ó -pÁ cúifib ÓÁ15 : óf -oíu -otijtefi iat> 

•o'e-ojiÁin, ' eas decernere,' T. F., 113-114]. 
éA*oc|tom, light, frivolous ; dsm., 288 ; vsf., 1395 ; adv., 50 hé., 367. 
éAj, m., death; ns., 132, 1076, 1579 ; ds., 83, 175, 560, 643, 1294. 



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é-d^Aim, I die ; 3 s.pf., "o'eA^, 524 ; 3 pi., -o'éA^f at> ; 2 s.fut., éAj-pAifi, 

340, 341 ; 3 s., eA^Ai-o, 337, et sqq. ; 3 pi., 325, et sqq. ; ret. jut. 

2 5., é\A5f Af cu, 370. 
eA^Ait, 2 5. imperat. of eAgtAim, I fear, 1275. 
éA^cAoiíinn, I bewail; 1 s. pr., 1032. 

éA^qitiú, m., deformity; ns., 982, 1174; ds., 1 n-e., 499, 571. 
eA^tAif, /., church; ns., 1258. 
OA^rriAif, /., absence, want, longing ; ns., 804 ; gs., éAgmAipe ; as., 652 ; 

ds., 1 n-é., cum. gen., 'without/ 176, 366. 
eA^nAc, m., act of complaining, grieving ; ns., 299, 352 ; gs., éA^tiAi^, 

359. 
ÓA^f AtiiAit, various ; ns., 863. 
©AtAÚA, /., art, skill ; ns. id., 716 ; gs., eAÍA*ónA, 260 ; [gen, rectius, 

eAt/AÚAn]. 
eAlbA, /., flock, drove of cattle ; gs. id., 746. 
eAt^A, noble; ns., imp eAbgA, 1. éifie, 10. 
éAn, m., bird ; ns., 889 ; gpl., 505. 
eAnj, /., land, trace ; ns., 1187. 
eAn^Ac, 737 ; ' vociferous/ O'R. ; ' valiant/ Hennessy, L. C, II., 308 ; 

vid. infra, Ind. Norn. 
éAntAit, /., collect., birds, flock of birds ; ns., 326 ; npl., éAntAiúe, 74« 
GAjijt, m., end ; as., 1485. 

eAjifiAX), /., wares, articles, merchandise ; as., 532. 
eAfifiAc, m., spring; gsm., eAfijiAij, 501. 
eAf, m., cascade, waterfall ; ns., 166 ; gs., qa^a, 349. 
eAfbAi-ó, /., want, deficiency; ns., 470, 1085; ds., 1248, 1544. 
eAfpAl, m., apostle ; vs., eAfpAit, 1457. 
eAiAy, m., vessel ; gpl., 1279. 
eAUAt, m., pleasure ; 5A11 e., 1418. 

eAUOjltA, VÍd. 1"01fl. 

eibi|i (?), in the phr. 1 n-e. tiA póice, 212 ; perhaps for eibifiu, saying, 

speech, 
éif eAcx:, /., effect, effectiveness, avail, consequence, (foil, by 1 n-) ; ns., 

295, 298, 592; ds., 354, 377. 
éi^ceAjtu, m., wrong, injustice ; ns., 1153. 
éi5ceA|ii:, wrong, unjust ; adv., 50 be., 88. 
éi^cmnre, uncertain ; ns., 984. 
éijeAn, m., violence, necessity; ns., 182, 603, 941, 984; gs., 615111, 

331 ; ds., Aft éi5in, hardly, 576. 



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éi^ne, m., salmon ; n, dual, id., 1043. 
ei^neAc, violent ; adv., 50 hé., 1402. 
6i5f e, /., art, skill, poetry, poetic order, poets (collectively) ; ds., 1559 ; 

pAoi fie héi^pe, 'learned in poetry/ 16; Aon-neAc fte héijpe, 

'a poet,' 588. 
eite, other, a second ; ns., 1253. 

emeAc, m., honour, generosity ; gs., emij, 1079 ; cf. omeAc. 
éipeAnnAc, m., Irishman ; gpl., 1153. 
éijupm, I rise ; rel. pres. 3 s., rriAp éipseAp pi, 127. 
éipic, /., payment; ds., 1 n-é., cum. gen., 386. 
éijiim, /., course, importance, dignity ; ds., 1327. 
Gip, in phr. "o'éip, cwm. #<m., after; 160, 485, etc.; "OÁ éif, after him, 

516; 'OÁ ti-éip, after them, 1013; notice -o'eip a bpACA, 1492; 

•o'eip belt, 495 ; uaji éip, mm. gen., 190, 582, 674, 1215. 
éipiomtÁijt, /., example, exemplar ; ns., 1220. 
éiptimi, adj. used as noun, 'weakness'; ds., 251. 
éipceACC, /., act of hearing ; ns., 346. 
6iueAc, m., refusal ; gs., eiui§, 1289. 
eice.dc, m., lie, falsehood ; gs., éiúij, 1289. 
eocAji-AOibinri, border-beautiful ; dpi., -Aoibne, 44. 
eot, m., knowledge ; ip eot x>o, 121, 638 ; te heot, 118. 
eotAC, m., a learned person, guide ; gs., eotAi^, 158. 
eotcAifte, /., sorrow, lamentation ; as., 678. 

f?A, vid. ip. 

pÁ (asp.), under; forming prep, pron., 1 s., púm-pA, 636 ; 3 s., pAoi, used 
adverbially/ under,' 'subdued/ 596; I pi., puirm, 618; used 
with words denoting cover, oppression, etc., 468, 704, 926, 1420, 
1594, etc., etc. ; 'throughout/ 451, 460, 1188; 'for/ 'in respect 
of/ 211, 837,; ^ei-ó pÁ, 'liberal with/ 526; piAt, pÁ, 861, 862, 
865; aj p pAipim pÁ, 'contending about/ 1155; with r<?Z. con- 
tracts p'Á, pÁ n-, cjiéAT) pÁ n-, why, 1582 ; with po ss. pron. pÁ*oo 
contracts pÁo, 1396 ; pÁ-o útiAijnm, towards thee, 1359 ; forms 
numeral adv. pÁ -óo, twice, 1477 ; |M mite, a thousand times, 18 ; 
pÁ triAp, such as, just as, 875 ; pÁ *óeoiT>, at last, 36 ; pÁ peAé, 
separately, 609, 846 ; the foil, provincial forms of pÁ are used, pé, 
155; pé*o, 'under thy/ 383; pAoi, 362; pAoi-o', 'under thy/ 
347, 370. 

pAcum, /., cause; ds., 1350. 



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"PÁT), VÍd. 8.V. fM. 

pvo, m., length, only, in phr., 1 bpAT>, for along time, 539. 

pvoA, long ; ns., 425, 985. 

"PAT)-cvifipAc, of long course, sweeping (of hair) ; ns., 68. 

pÁs&Aim, I leave ; 3 s. pf. act., v'f&s&ib, 177, 488, 1177, 1418 ; pf. ps., 
•oo pÁgbA-ó, 39, 1405 ; cond. ps., -oo pÁ5fAi-óe, 980 ; 2 pi. imperat. 
act., f Á50-A1-Ó, 635. 

FA§bÁit, p ajath, vid. -oo-jeirjim. 

pÁfó-b|té-A5Ac, prophetically false, deceitful ; ns., 285. 

putt, /., neglect (?) ; ds., 1190. 

^Aitce, /., joy, welcome ; ns., 174, 880. 

£Áitce.Ac, joyful ; ns., 686, 785; adv., 50 p., 414. 

£ÁinneAc, ringleted ; nsf., 416. 

fAifte, /., act of watching ; gs. id., 463. 

pdifi^e, /., ocean, sea; #s., 1509 ; as., 1462. 

•p-Ai-fir-ms, wide, liberal, generous ; nsm., 881 ; #p£., 1570. 

pMftpnse, /., liberality ; ns., 832. 

pMfion, vid. x\on-fAifion. 

f?Áiú-ciAVUriAfi, understanding causes, allegories; ns., 1465. 

fAitce, /., lawn, field ; ds., 491. 

■pÁt, m., rampart, palisade ; ns., 554 ; (is., 35. 

"P-aLa, rage, indignation, spite; <js., 1498, ; ds., 1490. 

■pAtctriAft, swelling (ocean) ; as/., 1462 ; gsf., pAlcTriAifie, 1509. 

pÁn, m., wandering; in phr., 1 bpÁn, into exile, 60 ; now more usually 

cum pÁm (f?Á5Ain). 
■pÁn-íot-cuAc, of the many wandering curls ; gpl., 974. 
■pÁtiAc, wandering ; adv., 50 -p., 405. 
■pÁn-diT), in phr., céim fie -p., a step downards, 494. 
■p-anAim (rectius AnAirn, a. v.) ; 1 s. £>r., ni p^nAim, 1432 ; 3 s. #/*., nioji 

•fMti, 705 ; 3_p/., fiefi -pAnA-OAfi, 'on whom they waited,' 737. 
■pÁn-tAj, m., slope (of hill) ; ns., 447 ; ds., 491. 
p\nn, weak; ns., 180, 1111 ; gpl. (as noun), 1413. 
"PAobAfi, m., edge ; dpi., fAobfiAib, 1388. 
■pAobjiAC, sharp ; ns., 1151. 
£aoi, vid. -pÁ, and ^aoi-ó. 
"Paoit>, 1. fÁ "oo, viá. -pÁ. 
PA01T), m., voice ; ns., f aoi*o, 427 ; as., jmoi (?), 107 ; npl., p AonJe, 

168 ; [cf., PA01T) feAnmA, Oss. V., 148]. 
■pAoiteAnn, /., seagull; fig., maiden ; gpl., 855; vid. péitiorm. 



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pAoilfó, joyous, gay ; ds., 828 ; adv., 30 p., 414. 

pAOitueAc, joyful ; ns., 1126 ; [f CAOitceAc, R. 19]. 
pAoipeAni, ra., relief ; ds., 1585. 

pAot-cu, m. or/., wolf; npl., -com, 585. 

pAon, prostrate, laid low ; ns., 1515. 

pAon-cAr- , sloping and twisting, hanging down in plaits ; ns., 66. 

pAon-lA£, weak and prostrate ; ns., 181. 

pAfiÁncA, sturdy, stout ; ns., 733. 

Pa jiaoi ft, inter j., alas ! 550. 

pÁp, vn. m., act of growing, growth ; ns., 552 ; ds., 45. 

pÁfAtm, I grow ; 3 s. pr. end., 50 tbpÁfArm, 507 ; rel.pres., pAfui^eAf, 
lengthened from pApAf, 975 ; 3 s. pf., 36, 581, 698, 873, 875. 

pip At, m., wilderness ; ns., 449 ; gs., FÁpAi§, 1239. 

pÁú, m., cause, reason ; ns., 680, cí s^. ; 873, 1292, 1585 ; as., 420 ; 
n. dual., 1073 ; foil, by cum, 680. 

pÁÚAc, m., skilfully ; adv., 30 p., 519. 

péACAim, see, look at (Aft), try, examine {cum. ace.) ; 3 s. pr. end., 
f éAcAtin, 305 ; 3 s. pf., "oÁft p eAc Aft, 803 ; 2 s. imperat. act., péAc, 
123, 289, 341, 369, 953, et sqq., 1314, 1323 ; 3 s. imperat. ps., 
péAcuAft, 832 ; vn. ds., p éAcAtn, 396, 644, 940. 

peAóu, /., time ; 5AC p., every time, 1598 ; vid. Aon-peAcu, Aoin-peAcr. 

peAT), m., space, distance ; only in phr., Aft peA*ó, cum. gen., during, 
throughout, 1000, 1013, 1128, 1191. 

peA"ó (pio-ó), m., wood ; ns., 450 ; gs., peAT>A, 410; ds., peAT> (piox>), 1151. 

péAT>Aim, I am able ; 3 s. pr. ps., péA-ocAft, 755. 

peA-ÓAin, /., band, troop; gs., peAT>nA, 1336; ceAnn peA-ónA, 'cap- 
tain/ 734. 

•peA-oAji, deponent verb, I know ; 1 s., ní p eAT>Afi, 1437 ; vid. peAp. 

peA-ómAc, active, serviceable ; ns., 888. 

peAlt, m., treachery, deceit; gs., pitt, 1191, 1199 ; ds., CAjt peAtt, 
1196 ; [often fern. ; but cf. 1 piutt, F. M., 1172]. 

peAttAim, I deceive ; pf. ps., -oo peAttA*o (Afi), 1194, 

peA|t, m., man, hero ; ns., 822, 913, etc. ; gs., pifi, 452, 676 ; ds., piofi, 
69 ; gpl., feAft, 13 96 ; dpi., peAftAtt), 92, 1198 ; npl. (for apl.), pift, 
614, after i*oift, q.v. ; in compds., p. cutriAirm, friend, 824 ; 
p. peAftAtrm, landed proprietor, 1594 ; p. pfteApcAtt, attendant, 
1484 ; p. tuAp, the one who has the upper hand ; p. pÁtftce, friend ; 
p . céA^Aift, darling, love, 676 ; p. Citte *OAftA, Earl of Kildare, 929. 

péAjt, m., grass ; gs., p étft, 698 ; peotfi, 142. 

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J?edfiAim, pour, rain, perform ; 3 s.pf. act., ^titi T>eAf, 1230 ; 3 s.pf. ps., 

ó f eAfiA*o, 822 ; vn., cog. ace, f eAfiA-o, 1230. 
■pe.Aji.dTri.dit, manly ; ns., 881. 
■pedjiATTitdcu, /., manliness ; ns., 759. 
"pe^fi-drm, m., land ; gs., f eAfiAmn, 1594 ; as., 1006. 
•peAf -da, manly, heroic ; ns., 1465 ; npZ., 478 ; gpl., 1347 ; 7&. dual, 1304. 
pe-djiz;, /., anger ; ds., f eifig, 1023. 
pedji^Ac, angry ; ns., 776. 
■péAji-^Ojiu, m., grassy field ; ns., 596. 
■pe-djifi, comp. sup. to mdit, better, best, 44, 726. 
peAt/ifA, m., verse ; as., 79. 
JTedjiu, m., grave ; as., 635. 
£eAfir, m., deed, sign, miracle ; npl., f eAfirA, 1023, 1255 ; <#>£., 1262 ; 

dpi., f edjtrdib, 1229. 
■pedjitxMn, /., rain; as., 1463. 
•pedf, scitum est, pf. ps. of ped-odji, I know, q.v., 1125 ; [c/. Zeuss, 

p. 458, PT. 545]. 
•pedfe-d, aaV, henceforth ; 92, 1190. 
pe-df ua, m., feast ; </s., 330 ; as., 364 ; aci\ resp., 863. 
ped.UA, gentle, beautiful ; dpi., 314 ; [c/. AuconnAt/ic mnÁ feed ic f lei-o, 

'beautiful women,' O'Curry, Sick-bed of C, Atlantis, II., p. 108; 

also G. J., 105, p. 342, and S. G., 18]. 
j?éiT>iji, possible ; if f ., 324. 
■pei-óm, m., effort, service ; dpi., fei-omib, 734. 
péite,/., generosity, hospitality ; ns., 494, 762, 1402 ; gs., 1255 ; ds., 

124, 827. 
péilionn, 562, 1. fAoileAnn (?), q.v. 

pern, self ; after def. art., 1153 ; after poss. pron., 1234, 1258. 
pémn(e), vid. fiAnn. 
■pémni-ó, m., warrior, champion ; ns., 1465 ; gs., 190 ; gpl., f émnróe, 

735, 936. 
péife vid. fidji. 
péiú,/., husk, sinew, vein ; in phr., 30 f. d -otdoi, 'to the roots of her 

hair,' 115; dpi., féiúib, 'veins,' 575. 
f?eo"ó(dT)), m., act of withering ; vn. ds., Afi f eox)A*ó, 184 ; Afi f eo-o, 1553. 
peoit, /., flesh ; gs., f eotd, 1331. 
peoitne, m., full grown blade of grass ; ns., 142 ; [cf.. ó^\\ ^eAfijiAi-ó 

■pi (1. An fpeAÍ) -o'Aoin-béim An feoitne *] An focndjÁn, 1. ay\ 

cult) if f ine 1 1 T Ó1 5 e *° or) féAf, T. S.,p. 73, 11. 27, 28.] 



147 

peot-£tiit, /., heart's-blood ; ds., 106, 159. 

peor-Ac, decayed, of a black withered colour ; ns., 98, 181, 514 ; 

[cf. ni feificeAc fArm ^Á f eAniroAc f eof ac : teibiDe catti nÁ 

jAtin-OAt jeof ac, C. ; and Oss. IV., p. 104]. 
peocAtiAc, raven-black (?) ; ns., 98 ; [cf. peochmne, 1. piAich, TF.] 
pAx>A, m., witness, testimony ; ds., -piAX)Ain, 849, 1310. 
piA"óuit, /., worthless plants, weeds ; ds., 1269, 1271. 
■pA-ónAc, evident; adv., 30 p., 1193. 
pAfjiuiipm {ace. of thing, *oe before person), I enquire, I ask ; 1 s. 

pr., 415, 1581. 
■pi At, hospitable, generous ; as., 1531, (pÁ) 861 ; gsm., felt, 674 ; 

gpl., fiAt, 546, (as noun) 1347. 
pAt-boj, hospitably liberal ; dsm., 828. 
■pAt-bfiug, m., hospitable castle ; ns., 1504. 
pAt-^tArt, hospitably pure ; ns., 1440. 
piAt-iriAc, m., generous son ; ns., 194, 726, 1359. 
piAt-niAicne, /., generous clan, tribe ; ns., 224. 
piAt-oineAC, m., generous hospitality ; gs., -011115, 852. 
piAnn,/. (collect), Fenians ; gs. } j?émne, 579; ds., péinn, 480, 1150; 

gpl., pAnn, 799, 855. 
piAfi, crooked, twisted ; comp. sup., péifie, 96 ; used as noun, ^Ati p iaji, 

1 without perversity,' 1409. 
piAji-cAf, twisted awry; ns., 514. 
pice, /., twenty ; npl., picro, 1185, 1345. 
pni>ceAtt, /., chess ; ds., 519. 
pije, vn. /., act of weaving ; ace. resp., 96. 
pittim, I turn back ; 3s. pf, nÁji ptt (ó), 724. 
pine, /., family, tribe ; gs., fine gAtt, ' Fingall/ 932 ; ds., t)' pitie 

gAoi-óeAt, 'the Irish,' 1159. 
pineAthAin, /., vine ; gs., f ineAninA, 894. 
pmn(e)-beAn, /., fair-haired woman ; vs., 973. 
pioc, m., anger, fury ; as., 1018. 
pioc'OA, angry, furious ; ns., 1509 ; adv.. 30 p., 686. 
piocniAtt, raging, furious ; ns., 776 ; gpl, 735. 
pío-óbA-ó, /., wood, forest ; ns., 1515 ; ds., p ío-ódai-ó ; [gs., pio-obtn-oe, 

For. feasa, p. 136]. 
pic-S^fi, /., figure, type ; ns., 1299 ; ds., Fío^aiji, 1495. 
píon, m., wine; apl., resp., pionA, 863. 
pion-f«it, vid. fio|t-ftiit. 



148 

■píontriAji, vinous, abounding in wine ; ns., 794 ; ds., 750 ; gpl., 1570. 

ponn, fair, fair-haired ; ns., 1139 ; gsm., -pinn, 724. 

-pionriAi-ó, 2 pi. imperat. of fionriAim, I know, find out, look at(?), 241. 

"ponn-triAJ, /., fair plain ; ds., — riniij, 448. 

porm-triuji, m., fair rampart, fortress ; gs., — mtnft, 1004. 

p-ioft, dat. of peAji, q.v. 

pop, true, faithful ; ns., 821, 1084, 1420, (as noun) 1299 ; gsf, pífie, 

635, 1573 ; vid. pifte, infra. 
-piojiAT), vn. m., verifying, proving ; ds., 849. 
p'oft-bocu, truly poor, really poor ; gpl. (as noun), 799. 
■píoft-boccÁn, m., really poor person ; gpl., 595. 
-pioji-fuit, /., true blood ; ds., 729, 1134, 1251 ; [pon-£uil is found as 

variant on 729, 1134, for which, cf. fion-ptnt -peA-p^nA ip cjtú 

ConnU, Zt. t II., 354]. 
■píojt-*óocAfi, m., true loss, misfortune ; ns., 192. 
pioft-£AbAt, /., true genealogical branch, real descendant; npl., 

-3A0U, 894. 
píoji-gAoi-óeAt, m., true Gael, really Irish ; gpl., 1142, 1147; an leg., 

•o'fótji gAoi-óeAÍ and ^toift in next line? 
pop-i;&p, very close, near ; adv., 50 -p., 644. 
piofi-jlAn, very pure ; gsm., -§tAin, 1526. 
■píojt-ttjcu, m., the very people ; ds., 1442. 
pojimAimeinc, m., firmament ; ns., 687 ; f id., ? ijimemc ; [m. here in 

MSS., but usually fern. ; c/. Xitc, IV., 25, and AftAitt -oo 

fieuLdn-ouib oifuftrie ha pifimAminui, 6WÍC Marco Polo, § 42, 

Zi., I., 268]. 
piofi-fcot, true flower ; gs., as adj. (?), -fcoit, truly flourishing, 936 ; 

an leg., p ioji-f coic of the true (race of) Scot ? 
pop-r-z^p, /., true story, history ; ns., 697. 
pf!, vid., -peAji. 

-piji-beAc, /., true bee ; gpl., 1003. 
p'fi-ceAjir, m., real right, perfect truth ; ns., 756. 
pift-x>eAf , very pretty, really beautiful ; ns., 888. 
ppe, truth ; gs., used as adj., 222, 771, and perhaps also 635, 1573 ; 

vid. -pioft ; [cf cjieti-o é An ni Cfiiofo? *Oia *] *oume fijie, 

Parr t has an Art ma, p. 43]. 
pi jieAcu, /., truthfulness, loyalty ; ns., 759. 
ppé&n, just, righteous ; dsf, fíftém, 1277. 
pfimeinr. /., firmament ; ns., 1230 ; ds., 1257 ; vid. p lOfimAnnemr:. 



149 

|?íjt-nitTi, /., real venom, violence ; te p., 1490. 

pft-jiinn, /., manly point ; ds., ' tip of his manly fingers/ 272. 

•piji-f eAjic, /., true love ; dsf., -f eijtc, 1553. 

£ifi-finiOfi, m., true marrow ; ns., 826. 

pif , /., (prophetic, poetic) vision ; ds., 568. 

piu, worthy, work ; ns., 515 ; 50 piu, c. gen., ' even,' 329. 

ptAit, /, (1) principality, kingdom, (2) prince ; ns., 1535 ; gs., ftACA, 

635, 756, 1236 ; ds., 757 ; gpl., 1570 ; vid. not. s.v., ceAjvo. 
ptAiteAmlAcu, /., princeliness, generosity ; ns., 759. 
"ptditeAf, wi., principality, supremacy; ns., 1161 ; ys., flAitip, 1505. 
£Laiú-óIac, beer-drinking; ns., 794 ; [c/. ptAit 1. coijim -j toimm, 

Corm.]. 
•pteA-ó, /., feast, banquet ; ns., 1236. 
■póbjiAim, I attack, attempt, begin; 1 8. pr., pobfiAim, 117; 3 s. pi'. 

end., ní póbjiArm, 185; 3 s. pf., nÁft -pób-Aijt, 204; níojt fóbAiji, 

1453 ; cf. S. G., 23, 2. 1]. 
pocAl, ra., word ; ns., 8. 

•pó-o, m., sod, plot of ground ; ns., 44; ds., 362 ; dp£., j?ÓT)Aib, 148. 
"FoJaL (foJAit), /., act of plundering; ns., foJAil, 1110; ^.,^05- 

lAib. 
■po5A|i, m., sound ; gpl., 248. 

pójriAim, I serve, am of use to ; 3 s.pr. end., ní pójtiAnn (t>o), 1431. 
"pó^nATTi, m., act of serving, use ; gAti p., 156. 
pójjiA, m., act of announcing, proclaiming ; ds., t>Á p., 807. 
f?óilt, in 50 f., quietly, yet, 241. 
pói|t, /., race ; ds., 263, 1026. 
-poifibte, experienced, perfect ; ns., ?. (1 ti-), 787. 
-poijiceArm, m., end, conclusion ; ns., 1298 ; [MSS. j?oiftceAri]. 
■poijieAnn,/., band, tribe; ns., 1369 ; #s., fóijine, 174 ; npl., poifine, 29, 

f óijine, 45, 1029 ; dpi., pói|tmb, Q78 ; [o naturally short, but 

here often lengthened, ó ; also written f tnfieAtin]. 
■póijt-jeAt, very white ; npl., -^eAÍA, 102. 
J?óifiim, I help; 3s. pr., póijti-ó (a-ji, against), 57 ; 3s. cond., tiAc fóift- 

peA-ó, 180. 
•pói jiiúin, /. vn. 9 act of helping ; as., ^ati fóiftiúin, 987. 
póiji-neAjiu, m., oppression, tyranny ; ds., 58, 992. 
Fottuf, clear; ns., 37, 1364. 

■potthtiJA-o, m., act of emptying, devastating ; ns., 150J. 
£olx, w?«, hair ; ds., 953. 



150 

potin (1), m., tune ; #s., rumn, 267, (as adj.), 283. 

ponn (2), m, land; ns., 447, 1343; gs., ptnrm, 890, 891, 892, 1037, 

1149 ; ds., 991, 1194, 1281. 
ponn (3), m., desire; ns., 1269, 1270, 1273 ; gs., fuinn, 1281. 
Vó\\,prep., on, = 0. I., ?op, 1360. 
pófiAoir,/., forest; ns., 1536. 
pojiur, easy; comp. sup., uftArA, 1577. 

pófitAnn, m., oppresion, tyranny ; gs., jrófitAinn, 140; as., 1189« 
■pofiiriAT), m., envy ; as., 1018. 

•pojirAcc,/., relief, comfort; ws., 484, 1413; ds., 1404, 1585. 
pór-, adi\, also, still, even, yet, 22, 123, 318, 344, 354, 382, 1194. 
pop, m., rest, cessation; ds., 156. 

■porc,Ain-"oio5t"Aim, /., act of winnowing and gleaning ; ns., 59. 
■poruAX), m., stopping ; ds., 1416. 
PjiAir-ciuin, abundant and quiet ; adv., 50 p., 283. 
PfiAoc, ?n„ anger, fierceness ; ns., p. An eAfijiAiJ, 501 ; [cf. fjiAoc An 

eA|t|AAij cuifi Aji scut, Z. 7 of " beAnnuij An tons ro, a Cfiiorc 

CÁ1-Ó," by Maurice Fitzgerald.] 
"Pjiaoc-oa, angry, furious ; npl., 29 ; gpl., 735; comp. sup., 585. 
PfiAr, abundant ; asm., 1230; dsf., fftAir, 1288. 
FfiAr-JtúmeAc, abundantly curved ; ns., 66 ; [cf. 50 peAfttAc buctAC 

•ojiéimfieAc gtúmeAc ; Im. Oir., 1898, p. 81.] 
]?r;eA5|iAini, I answer; 3s. pres. hist., f|ieA5|iAf {cum ace), 417, 1583 ; 

vn. ds., pÁ pfieASjiA'ó, 916. 
FfieAfUAl, m., act of attending on, serving at table ; gs., y jieAruAit, 

1484. 
Pftít, vid. -oo-^eibim. 

pjiiúiji, eager, earnest; ns., 229 ; </sm., 267. 
p-[iiti|i-ceA|tu, earnestly accurate ; adn., 50 -p., 283. 
puAT)|iAc, diligent, active ; ns., 1440, 1543. 
puAi-o-bocc, wretchedly poor ; npl„ -boicc, 1414 ; [cf. ruAi-o, remnant, 

fUAiTHfie, rambler, idler, 0'R.~\ 
puAiJim, I sew ; impf. ps., puAiJci, 313 ; pf. ps., ' thrust through/ 

■00 fUAiJeA-ó, 1424. 
ptiAim, /., sound; ns., 8. 
ptiAijie, /., coldness; ds., uadaijit: 1 bp., ' to give the cold shoulder to,' 

1375. 
p-UAiji-pliuc, cold damp, cold moist ; nf., 1356. 
puAft-cAol, cold narrow; asf., -caoiI, 358- 



151 

"PtiAjimA, m , form ; gs., 1434. 

-puAfi-rcAoitueos, /., cold winding-sheet ; ns., 356. 

•pu-AfAoi-o, /., anger, spite ; ns., 352 ; [cf., p. nA f Aiji^e, 'fury of the 

sea,' Magk Lena, p. 48.] 
■puArctAim, I release, resolve ; 3 s. pr. end., nAc puArctAnn, 1298. 
-puAftiA-ó, m., anger, disturbance ; ^An p., 1409. 
-puAÚ, m., hate ; ns., (puAiú, MSS.), 1163, 1212; #s., ^vaía, 1442. 
"puAttuJim, I hate ; 2 s. imperat., ^nAttn^, 392. 

■puAt-lofis, w., hate-inspired pursuit, persecution ; gs., -ttnji5, 1404. 
■puijeAlt, m., judgment; 7ipZ., finale, 'speech,' 1517 ; [fvn^te, 

'querelas,' T.F., 125.] 
-ptn^teAc, adjudicating ; ns., 726. 
£tnt, /., blood, race ; ns., 535, 897, 900, 904 ; gs., poU, 944, 1331 ; ds., 

537, 575, 955, 1142, 1528; for comp., b|tiAnpuil, 538, etc., vid. 

Index Nom. 
■ptjitujim, I suffer, endure ; 1 s. pr., 1431 ; 3 s. pf., -o'ptiitinj, 605, 

1355, 1387. 
ptnneA-ó, m., setting (of sun), west; gs., ftnniT>, 1106; ds., 50 f. 

3jiéine, 1556. 
-puinneATTi, m., momentum, vigour, energy ; ds., 787. 
-putAns, m., act of suffering, enduring ; ns., 768. 
■ptif, only in phr., 1 bpur (opposed to uaII), 'here,' 1248; contracted 

'bpir, * here, in this life,' 624. 

'5Á, for a 5 a, 722, 1283. 

5Á0A-Ó, ra., danger ; ds., 502. 

gAbAim, I take ; 2 s. pr., ^AbAiji rjniAije t>o, ' take pity on' ; 3 pi. 
5AOA1T) te, 'associate with,' 75 ; cÁ n^AbAi-o, 'where are they 
going,' 1545 ; 1 s. pf., *oo $AbAr , ' I went about,' 1593 ; (te) 
I associated, 77 ; 3 s., -oo $aK, ' occupied,' 231, 486, 1241, 1276, 
1532; (aiji), 'assumed, called himself,' 725; 1 s. fut., jeobAT) 
ceA-o, I will take leave, 1599 ; vn., ^óbAit (usually ^AbÁit), 373. 

gAC, every, each ; ns.* 41, 1261 ; 5AÓ hi (MSS.) = 0. I., cAch Ae, 
' unusquisque eorum; ' every one of them,' 123 ; the eel. n of the 
ace. sing, is found wrongly in ns., ^ac rrovune, 155, 1392; gs., 
5AC, 40, 463, 474, 1434, 1507 ; ds., jac, after prep., or, 1031 ; 
-oo, 1362 ; uiaji, 1436 ; but Ann 5., 1180 ; teir 5., 1233 ; ftif 5., 
1311. 

5AX)|tAc, fond of hounds, beagles ; ns., 744. 



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5Ae"óeAt, m., a Gael, an Irishman ; npl., JjAcoit, 1198 ; vid. ^Aoi-óeAl, 
infra, also Ind. Nom. 

gAe-oeAts, /., Gaelic or Irish Language ; ns., 1. 

5^e, m., javelin, spear ; gpl., ^Aete, 767. 

5aj?a, m., gaff, fishing-hook ; ns., 1424. 

5ÁibteAó, dangerous ; ds., 50, 472. 

5Ai5"oeAc, spruce, foppish ; ns., 888 ; [cf., SA-ósac, (7., 1. 48]. 

5JÁifi, /., shout, loud voice; TipZ., 5Áifiúe (ceoit), 1549; ap£., ^ÁftcA, 
56, 455. 

5Ái|te, m., laughter ; gs., An 3, 880 ; ds., 498. 

5A1J1 S-jtiioni, /., rough deed, harsh act ; ns., 159. 

5aijii-o, short ; asf., 382. 

5Ai^teo5,/., garlick ; 3. -óoifib, 1246. 

^Ai|imim, I call ; pf ps., *oo SAiftmeA-o uaic, * was called after thee,' 
1530. 

5AirceAx> 5 m., valour, act of valour; gs., sAircit), 843, 1542, (as adj.) 
1368 ; ds., 5AirceAx>, 208. 

5AirceATriAil, valorous, courageous ; ns., 765. 

gAt,/., valour, bravery ; ace. resp., 5Ait, 1039. 

5aIaji, m., disease, sickness ; ns., 1501. 

5AtAfi-30iTri, /., sickly vexation, anguish ; ns., 509. 

gAtt, m., foreigner, Englishman; gpl., 92, 856, 932, 1103, 1202, 1256, 
1365 ; dpi., SAttAib, 536. 

gAtt-OAcc, /., foreign ways, customs ; as., 1452 

5Att-f uit, /., foreign blood ; ns., 893. 

gAtl-uiji,/., foreign country, 'The Pale ' ; ds., 1052. 

gAn, prep., without ; 2 ; formerly gov. ace, hence the eclipsis in $An 
cftiuA-o n-tnle n-ACAji-OA, 1172; cf., 1227; used negatively 
before vn., 5A11 "out, 1334 ; vn., beit, sometimes understood, 
1245, 1592 ; the object of infinite is generally placed immediately 
after ^Ati, vg., 662, but is separated, 1245 5 An governs clause 
in 5Art An Coitrme "oo core "o'f , rather than Coinróe, 1229 ; 
with pers. pron., $An é, 279. 

^Ann, ' small ' ; nsf, 90 ; ' tight,' ' narrow ' ; nsm., 1254 ; [cf, gAnn, 1. 
ctiniAnj, O'Dav.] 

gAol, m. (1), relationship ; gs., Uicc 5A01I,, relations ; cmrteAnn 
5AOit, 'of blood relationship'; ds., 1331; (2), a relation; ns., 
229 ; ulations {collect.) cum.. pi., verb, ns., 361 ; dpi, ^AOtuAib, 
533. 



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5-Aoi-óeAt, m., Gael, Irishman ; gpl., 1159 ; vid., ^Ae-óeAt. 

gAoip, /., wisdom, prudence, skill ; ns., 1309 ; gs., 5A0ire, 768, 787 ; 

ds., 589. 
SAoipeAc, prudent, wise ; ns., 1537. 
5aoc, /., wind; gs., ^Aoite, 693, 1510; ds., 5A01Í:, 143, 553; as., 

5Aot, 1463. 
^aji (1), close, near ; ns., 484 ; (2), proximity ; ds., 1147. 
5a fib, rough ; ds., 1226. 
5ájit)A, m., guard ; gs., 482. 
5^1*5» bitter, acrid ; omnium SAfi^A, 1246. 
SÁjitAc, m., lad ; gpl., 471. 
^ÁftcA, vid., 3Áiji. 

^AjtrA, beautiful ; ns., 109 ; vid., cló-sAfitA. 
5Af|tA-ó ? /., youths {collect.) ; ds., sArftAi-o, 536, 1296, 1371. 
gArrA, sprightly, spruce ; ns., 3, 1537 ; dpi., 1283. 
gé, although (used before all verbs except if ) ; before AuÁim, 926, 

952, 1179, 1476 ; fUAifi, 650; [also written cé, MSS.] ; vid., jéji, 

51-0. 
S^ A 5> /•> branch, scion, youth, maiden ; ns., 1468 ; gs., géije, 85, 1097 ; 

vs., 396 ; npl., jéAjA, 551. 
geA^Ac, branching, flowing (hair) ; ns., 68. 
5é-á5--ótAoi*ó, /., flowing hair ; ns., 89. 
£eAt, white, bright ; ns., 199, 880, 902, 967, 1127 ; gsm., 51L, 109, 

692, 1555; dsm., 318; vsf., 396; r^., geAU, 90; ^., 1139, 

1143. 
^eAtbAn, m., sparrow ; c£s. (pronounced jeAtun), 80. 
SeAtt, m., promise, pledge ; as., 720 ; n. dual, 1040 ; if seAtl fié, is 

a pledge of, portends, 502. 
^eAllA'ó, m., promise, pledge ; npl., jeAttuA, 1107. 
^eAttAim, I promise, pledge ; part, nee, geAttuA, 1362 ; pf. ps., -oo 

SeAttAX), 1529. 
^eAtiAtiiAit, amiable, affectionate; ns., 85, 281; ds., 418. 
^eAtincAoi, for jeAtincAije, snubnosedness (?) ; as, 884 ; [^eAtinc is a 

snubnose and jeAtincAc, snubnosed ; but cf., ^eAujAcx), comeli- 
ness, 0'R.~\ 
"&é&\\, sharp; ns., 804; npl., sé&y&, 363 ; comp. sup., séijie, 97. 
5éAji-Ait|teACAf , m., sharp penance ; as., 383. 
geAjtÁn, complaint, bewailing; ns., 475; ds., géAfiÁn (é lengthened, 

for assonance), 591. 



154 

^éAfi-cAOin, sharply gentle, subtle and tender; ns., 3. 

5éA-ji-ttnn, neut, sharp wounding; ns., 157; [preserves its neuter 

gender here and eclipses in ns.]. 
5é-Aft-LAf<Mft, /., sharp flame; ds., 35L 
^eAjiji, short; ns., 286; (ism., 1155 ; as/., Sioftft, 1116. 
5eAji"|iA*ó. m., act of cutting ; ns., 1195. 

gé-áf (?) 1464 ; an leg., teitpf, cure, restore or 5té,\p , hasten, expedite. 
^eAf, /., obligation, spell ; gpl., 1219 ; dpi., geAr-Aib, 85 
geibeArm, m., fetters, bonds ; ns., 1254 ; ds., 86, 125, 574 ; dpi., 

^éibeArmAib, 402. 
^eibteAc, m., pledge, hostage in fetters ; gpl., 898. 
5eibte-An, m., fetters (?) ; gpl., 854. 
5éi5-pittre, with bent, folded «*rros ; ns., 983. 
géittim. I yield, pay homage to; 3s. impf., t>á n^éit/leA-ó to whom E. 

paid homage, 292. 
5éi!.Le4x>, m., act of paying homage, submitting; ns., 'homage,' 

' sway,' 909 ; ds., 381, 566 ; as., 933. 
£eiLr, /., distracted person ; ns., 241. 
^éiji-bfieit, /., sharp judgment, severe sentence ; ns., 370. 
géifi-cíoc,/., sharp, pointed breast ; ns., 90. 
5éifi-iut, m., sharp knowledge, subtlety ; ds., 663. 
Seifi-peArm. sharp point ; gpl. (as adj.) 1031. 
5éif, /., swan; ns., 80. 
^eocAc, m., strolling player (gl., mimus, Irish Glosses, 513) ; gs., 

jeocAit, 178; gpl , 471. 
5eom, /"., shout, yell; ds., 56. 
5 éft, although (before pf.), here only with bA ; jéfi (b) ; ^éji b'úji, 

1516 ; ^éji b'iA"o, 1203; b falls out before a consonant (asp.), 788, 

810, 1135, 1421, 1517 ; if 5éfi liom, 'and though (it) were mine,' 

653. 
5iAlt, m., hostage; gpl., 249, 1363. 
51 bé, whoever, 1311. 
51X), although, used only with ir- (understood), or in other words, 

"before nouns, pronouns, prep, pron., adj." (MacCurtin) 5, 6, 147, 

623, 1017, 1386, 1600 [also written 510-6, ciox>, MSS.]; vid., gé. 
51b, /., water, O'R. (?) ; gs., $ite, coming before the governing noun 

1224 ; vid., 5|tiAn (1). 
gm feem), /., offspring, child ; ns., 5m, 1320 ; gs. (Aon)-£eine, 384 ; 

ds. (steoitO-jeiti, 96. 



155 

gio^ifi, vid., ^eAfiji. 

gtAc, /., hand, palm; gpl., 1139. 

jgtACAim, I take, receive; 1 pi. pf., *oo sLacaiyiaji, 1116. 

gtAC-f aoji, noble-handed, or hand-free, liberal ; ns„ 161. 

gtAC-foiVtpe, gs., used as adj., palm-bright, 1135 ; [cf. t bop 

5écfoiVtpeAch nÁft caji Cjtó*ó, Zt. II, p. 352]. 
jgLAm, /., clamour, loud complaint ; ns , 1518. 
5tAm, /., satire, satirist {collect) ; gs., ^lAirine, 475 ; npl., ^tÁitrie 

(MSS. 5tÁim), 178; gpl., 5IÁ™, 800. 
gtAn, pure, clean; ns., 282, 1465 ; gsm., ^Iaiíi ; gpl., 1099 ; vid. gtun. 
gLAn-búj, m., clear hyacinth ; gs., -buJA, 82. 
gl/An-riiAifeAc, pure and beautiful ; dsm. t 876. 
gtAn-ú^-OAjt, pure, refined author ; ds., 79. 
5tAf, m., lock, fetter ; ns. (gtAif MSS.), 999 ; ds., 1 njtAf, ' in fetters,' 

166, 249 ; [sometimes /., cf., cfuiAT>-5tAr- .] 
gtAf, gray (of eyes) ; ns., fiofc & A V mA \ { "ójivícc, 966 ; dpi., $tAf a, 

90 ; 03&, 'steel-gray/ 1388 ; epithet of gAe-óeAl, #s., gUip, 1286, 

1378. 
5tAf-f«ileAc, grey-eyed; ns. (for as.), 62* 
gté, clear ; ns., 3. 
5teACAi-óe, combatant ; as., 529. 
gteArm, w., glen, valley ; ns., 444. 
gléAf, m., apparatus, means, method; as.. 819. 
5léAfAim, I prepare, expedite ; 3s. pr. end., gtéAr-Ann, 83 ; Spl.fut., 

3téAfpAix), 358. 
gtéAfCA, prepared, ready ; ds., 310. 
JSté-bftuj, m., bright castle ; ns., 1562. 
gté-^tAn, clear and pure ; ns., 85. 

gté-jeAt, clear and bright ; dsm., 312, 556 ; dsf., -git, 303. 
5téi|te, /., select troops, lit., selection ; ds., 1256. 
5téif-iomLÁn, prepared, arranged completely ; dsf., -iomlÁin, 1219. 
5teo, m., fight; ns., 50, 291, 667, 1021, 1497; gs., An 5U0, 1041; 

ds., 1060 ; as., 1355. 
gleo-bfioiT), /., captivity of war, struggling slavery ; ds., 129. 
gleo-jot, m., tumultuously weeping ; ds., 472. 
5leo-5uin, /., wounding in war, fight; ds., 229. 
5leoift-i;ein, /., mirthful child ; ds., 96. 
^teoice, handsome, neat, nice ; ns., 161. 
5tiAX>, m., tight, battle ; gs., gtiAix), 999. 



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Stirm, bright, clear; ns., 3 ; 'subtle,' 1278. 
^tiocAf, m., cleverness, prudence ; ns., 1278. 

Slóiji, /., glory; ns., 640; 'boasting/ 323; ds., 1116; ace. resp., 375. 
5Lonn, m., deed of valour ; ds., 207. 

Stop, m., voice, sound ; ns., 3, 94, 310 ; ds., 418, 1291 ; as., 749. 
gtóftAC, noisy ; ns., 143. 

Stófi-gAr-uA, voice-sprightly, with sprightly voice ; ns., 109. 
5tó|t-$-(iÁx)AC, with loving voice, dear language ; ns., 1187. 
StojtniAfi, glorious ; dsf., stófitriAifi, 1166. 
5toÚAfi-5Áifi, /•> rattling noise ; ds., 693. 

5ttiAir-im, I proceed; 1 s. pr., 453; 3 s. pr. end., stuAir-eAtin, 1390 ; 
lengthened, stuAipjeAnn, 304; 3 s. pf., nioft jtuAir-, 535; 
3 s.fut., sluAifp-ó, 296. 
5t«ti, /., (1) knee, as., 918 ; (2) generation, slum, MSS., 1099 ; arc %., 

An gtún 5W1, and lAf-CAC in 1. 1100. 
5nÁiú-ceAf, m., constant affliction ; ns., 487. 
5nAoi, /., countenance ; ns., 658, 804, 1425 ; ds., 205 ; ace. resp., 

95, 398. 
SnAoi-jeAt, of bright countenance, fair face ; ns., 1562. 
5nÁt, usual, customary; ns., 12, 29, 1107, 1351, 1422; dsm., 571, 

1291 ; as., 651. 
gnÁCAc, customary, frequented ; ns., 1483. 

gné, countenance, face; ns., 77, 622, 975; ds., 311, 1394; ace. resp., 95. 
5niom, m., act, deed; ns., 1326 ; r/s., 843, 951, 1197, 1267, 1542 ; ds., 959 ; 
as., 969 ; npl., 5niomA, 764 ; gpl., 1159, 1288 ; dpi., ^níotiiAib, 
1368. 
£níoir)Ac, active, energetic ; ns., 744. 
^níorhjiA-ó, m., acts, deeds (collect) ; ds., 591 (notice trace of its old 

neuter gender in eclipsis). 
5nó, m., business ; ns., 360. 

JJnúir-, /., countenance, face; ds., 879, 1122, 1447. 
50, prep. gov. dat. (formerly ace.) to, till ; (does not infect cons., and 
prefixes h to vowels), 33, 42, 430, 454,596, 632, 643, 684, 864, 870, 
918, 1002, 1146, 1148, 1226, 1319, 1416, 1456; Ó— 5 o— , from— 
till (to), 1555, 1556. 
^o, prefixed to adj. to form adv., 14, 184, etc. ; prefixes h to vowels 
679, 1564, etc. ; only expressed before first adj., 283, 284, 342, 
379, 375, 1333, etc. 
50 n-, prep. gov. dat., with; 200, 208, 216, 1021, 1219, 1345. 



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Igotl-, eonj., that, so that; 391, etc.; (in continuation of narrative) 
'and so,' 'then/ 36, 455, etc.; 'until/ 30 otí {vid., ci), 556, 
1358 ; in wishes, 404 ; before jo/., 5^, 1523, 1528, etc. 

£ó, m., falsehood, error ; as., 336 ; ds., 1346. 

5<5bAit, 1. jAbAit, 373 ; vid. ^AbAim. 

5ói-o|tipc (?), 237. Seems to be a proper name. It occurs also in MS. 
of Fenian Poems, Merchants' Quay, Dublin, p. 945, in poem Otc 
mo cujiAr- r-onn ó LurmAin ; in foil, strophe, *oo cAitiof A5 ueAcu 
x>on •oúti-poin | beAgÁn beA^ bA ipeip-oe mé | 'p ni puAfiAr- 
feoi|itin5 -oÁ foóAfi | cuftAf 5Ói*ojiíf5 "oonAf é. For this re- 
ference I am indebted to J. MacNeill, Esq. 

SoimeAc, painful, vexatious ; gsm., 50111113, 1199. 

Soiftc, bitter; ns., 428, 804. 

50I, m., act of weeping ; ns., 546 ; gs., guit, 153, 420. 

5o|iA"ó, m., act of warming, warmth, heat ; ds., 247. 

5|iÁ-ó, m., love; ns., 392, 823, 959, 1407, 1449 ; as, 651, 808; ds, 589 ; 
■00 3., for love of, 401, 952, 971, 1554 ; vs., 559. 

5fiÁin,/, hatred, horror; ns., 1031, 1197. 

SfiÁntiA, hateful, horrible; ns., 1197 ; gsm., 1199. 

Sti^rcAfi, m . f contest ; 5AU gftAfCAji tÁm, without contest of hands, 
struggle, 43 : [cf., 5^1. lÁm, wrestling match ; G. J., 46, p., 223 ; 
£An 5|t. 5An bfitnijeAnrA, Walsh's Songs, p. 166]. 

SjieA'OA-ó, m., act of torturing ; ns., 189. 

5fieAT)Án, m., parched or shrivelled mass ; ns. } 173. 

StieA-ótiAc, joyous ; gsm., sfteA-ónAi^, 890. 

5|ieA"o-pú-ÓA|i, m., racking loss; ns., 158. 

5ftéA5, m., Greek, applied to CtAnn tflíteA-ó ; gpl., 1296. 

5|teAnn, m., fun, mirth; ns., 482. 

^jieAnn-^tóji, m., mirthful voice; ns., 768. 

^jieAun-jriAoi, /., mirthful countenance ; ds., 884. 

5|téAf, /., embroidery, needlework ; ds., 5ftéir-, 103. 

5jiém, 3|téine, vid., ^-juau. 

5|téin-5At, /., sunny haze ; ds., -§Ait, 296. 

5fiéif, wd., sftéAf. 

5|tiAn (1), m., bottom ; ds., jie 31 te 3jiiati, 1. fte 5|iiAn npte, on 
the bottom of sea (water), 1224. 

5jiiAU (2),/., sun; ns., 877; #*., 3t<éine, 1556; ds., 658, 692; #p£- 
(as adj.), 547. 

5tiiAnÁu, m., summer-house, sollar ; ns., 1483 ; ds., 660, 



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JJftiATVOA, sunny ; as., 1463. 

5jiiAtt£,A, m., brightness ; ds., ^An 5., 1267 ; [cf, ^jtiAnJA triAfi Óonn 
ConéobAfi, F. M. ann. 1580, p. 1724, and bA ^iau^a 1 jc^iuax)- 
cúif A5 ^UAf^tA-ó peArmAiT>e Aft bpjiéArh | An ujnAit-feAft 
T>ÚAf-úji ófi jtuAif cfiú eAtjA An ué, etc. Strophe on per- 
version of Earl of Thomond]. 

SftiAn-tiiAJ, /., sunny plain ; ds., -tnuij, 1494. 

gfiib-feAji, m., active, griffin-like hero ; gpl., 898 ; vid., jjiiob. 

5fnnn, accurate, elegant,-; ns., 281; [cf., stunt) -OAinseAn ip sfimn 
ctnbeAf. For. foe, 1. 34]. 

5tnnn-beA-|ic, /., accurate, neat move; ds., 520 ; [cf, sfimn-beAficA, 
1 concinna facta/ T. F. 1. 79]. 

5jiinneAtt, m., bottom ; ds., 684. 

5jiiob, /., griffin, used as epithet of hero, ('gerfalcon/ Stokes on Gcelic 
Marco Polo, as griffins never were in Eire, Zt. I., p. 433) ; gs., 
5|tibe, 663; [cf. gl., 3^1 b, 1. tuAf, Mr. (?Z., 13]. 

Sjiíob-ÓA, grffiin-like, active ; ns., 765. 

^-fiiof, /., burning embers; gs', 3tiif e > 1308; ds., 1021. 

Sftior- Ac, /., burning embers ; gpl., 883. 

Stn'of at), m., act of exciting, encouraging ; ds., 1560. 

5jiir-beo, burning live (coal) ; gs., 311. 

5|n'f-nirri,/., burning, violence ; ns., 1497. 

5fio-o, hasty ; ns., 1017. 

5jiO"o-5Áiji, /., hasty shout ; ns., 473. 

5fioi-o--óíotAim, I pay hastily, briskly for; 3 s. impf, -oo jfioiT)- 
•óíoIax), 531. 

Sjiuat), /., cheek; ns., 343, 883 ; dpi., sfiuA-ÓAib, 1283. 

5jitiAiX)-f , ti*ic, with cheek wet (with tears) ; adv., 30 5., 164. 

SfiuAm-AnftA-o, /. (collective), surly warriors ; ds., -AnjiAi-ó, 1103. 

gjui5, m., displeasure, anger; ds., 1 n$. ha gaoice, 1510; [cf, ^en 
3jtúi5 cm 3Ai|tbi tnic T)é fur-, 5. G\ 46, 1. 2.] 

5UA3AC, frivolous, vain ; dsf, 3UA3A15, 1371. 

5UA1f, /., vid. 5UAf, 

gvjAif-beAjiu, /., adventure, enterprise ; ns., 764. 

5uaI, m., coal ; ns., 622 ; #$., 311 ; ds., 883. 

guAÍA, /., shoulder ; ns., 655, 886 ; gpl. (lengthened), ^uAitní, 366 ; 

dpi., Aft JtiAtnib, on the shoulders, 357, &\\ a juAtrnb, beside it, 

along with it, 1402. 
5uaVoa, coal-black ; ds., 1394. 



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£uAtiA, m., gown; gps., ^uAnAoi, 335 ; dpi., j;uAnAoib, 303. 

SuAji-oal, m., sorrow (?) ; gs., 1 tirm juAjroAil, 1430 ; [cf. Am f^ 1 5 e Y 
mé &p 5tJA|tx)At, /m. Oir., 1897, p. 64]. 

5uAf, /., danger: ns. (as. used instead), 5UAir, 129, 369 ; gs., gUAire, 
1413. 

guAfAcc,/., danger ; as., 1355. 

5uix)im, I pray ; 2 s. imperat., 5MIT), 399. 

5uil, vid. ^ot. 

5uic-bmn, with sweet, melodious voice ; ns., 256 ; ds., 247. 

gtjjt (1), 1.30 |to, before £>/. tense; vid. 50. 

^u|t >2), form of ^tijib, 1. jujib, before consonants. 

Sujib, 5° + 1 1 + ( A )^> P r ' °f 1 f a fter 50, only used before vowels, becomes 
^uji (not infecting) before cons., 287, 324, 661, etc. ; to be dis- 
tinguished from 5uji(b) before the pf., gujib before a vowel, 511 ji 
(asp.) before a consonant. 

gut, m., voice ; ns., 2, 239, 506, 1509 ; ds., 167. 

tl used before vowels after non-infecting particles ; ni (with ir under- 
stood) ni VnonAnn, 1454, but ni lAfijiAnn, same line, bA, 889, art. 
nA, 982, a, her, 412, 50 (forming adv.), 342, le, 72, fie, 1416, etc., 

IiaHa, m., hall ; ns., An IiaHa, 1481 ; gs., An hAllA, 1552. 

ílí, usually Ae, aoi, eorum ; gpl. of é, 3 s. pers. pron. ; ^ac hi, 'every- 
one of them,' 123. 

Í, pron. fern. 3 s., her, it (1) ; ace, 92, 323, etc., (2) used after pass, verb 
1364, etc. ; emphatic form, as., 1-fe, 1177. 

1 n- (1) prep, in, into, combines with def. art. s., mr An, 'fAn, 45, etc. ; 
pi., mr nA, 'r nA ; with poss. pron. 1 s., 1m, 240, 300, etc. ; 2 s., 
i-o, 301, 302, etc. ; 3 sm., 1 n-A, 'nA, (asp.), 781, 807, etc. ; 3 sf., 1 
n-A, 'nA, (not infecting), 127, 905, etc. ; 2 pi., m buji n-, 1190 ; 
3 pi., 1 n-A n-, 'nA n-, 1552; used after many adj , vid. 783- 
790, 1317 ; verbs, -oo-beifiim, 1375, CAomnA-ó, 1472 ; before nouns 
to form prep, phr., 382, 1273, etc., vid. these nouns ; with rel. 1 
n-A n-, 'nA n- in pres., 304, etc. ; in pf., 1 n-Aji (asp.), 'riAfi, 1275, etc. ; 
combines with. pers. pron., 3 s., Ann, in it, there, 1323, 1336, 'in our 
prayer,' 404, ' in my song,' 261 ; this Ann is used before ^ac, 1180. 

1 n- (2) forms adv. of time, 1 mbÁjiAc, 420, 1 mbtiA-ónA, this year, 
1568, 1 n-om, 420, 1 n-ujiAi"ó, last year, 1567 ; this 1 n- is simply 
the def. art. in the ablative case. 



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\XO,pers. pron., 3 pi (1) ace, 1154, 1322, (2) used after if (verb expr. 

or understood), 1454, etc., (3) after if (and), 1512. 
lA'ÓAT), m., act of closing up ; ns., 1308. 
}A-b-c&, pp. of iA"ÓAim, I close up, shut, 1504. 
lAft n-,prep., after; 560, 676, 1140, 1221, 1294; lAfi n-uAif, according 

to time, era, 1346 ; also written Aft, 184, vid. Afi. 
lAfttA, m., earl ; ns., 726, 930, 932 ; gs., 194; npl, lAftAOi, 915, 931 ; 

dpi., lAfilAoib, 928. 
lAftt-f tut, /., blood, race of the Earl (of Ormond); ds, 511. 
lAftnAc, neut., anything made of iron, iron nail; apt., te hiAfitiAige, 401. 
lAfifiAcc, /., seeking, attempt ; ds., 871 ; as,, 429. 
lAfiftAi-ó, /., act of seeking ; gs., lAftftAUA, 852 ; ds., 452. 
lAftfiAtm, I seek, ask for ; 3s.pr. end., lAftfArm, 1454; 1 pi., lAftfimtnt), 

404 ; rel. pr. 3 pi., lAfiftAf, 1341. 
lAftfmA, m., remnant ; as., 1178, 1351, 1520 ; [cf., a lAftfiriA Aft itoáIa, 

which 0' Curry on 23 G. 24, p. 456, translates, 'thou blight of 

our hopes.'] 
Ufc, m., fish; as., 1494 ; npl., éifc, 73, 325. 
lAfcAc, m., fishes (collect.) ; gs., as adj., iAf CA15, 22 ; cf., T. Sh. 
1aú, /., country ; ns., 416 ; ds., 1286 ; formerly neuter, but now usually 

fern., but cf., ctÁifi-iAt. 
1t>i ft, prep. (1) between, among; with pers. pron. 3 pi., eAuoftÚA, 

between them, 1012; (case construction varies), cum. dat., 816, 

(2) fotft — if (A^tif ) both — and, ix>ift itiaca, mnAoi if f ift ; [cf., 

ereft ftft -j rrmAi, P. & H., 564.] 
IffteAnn, m., hell ; ds., 1459. 

H-cteAfAc, of varied achievements, skilful; ns. t 527. 
Im^eAf, vid. untijim. 
1mift, imifiu, vid. imftim. 

1mmx)(e), /., anxiety ; ns., imrn-óe, 713; gs., imm-o, 1069. 
ImfieAf, m., contention ; as., 1312. 
1mfiim, I play, practise, inflict ; rel.pr. 3 s., imfeAf , 519 ; 3 s.pf. act., 

•o'unift (Aft), 1209; pf. ps., *oo hrnifteAT), 1193; vn. ds., rniiftu, 

1199, 1209. 
ImúeAcu, /., act of proceeding, occurrence ; ns., 144 ; ds., 1142. 
1mtii;im, I proceed, go ; pr. rel. 3s., irnjeAf, 1. imttjeAf, 1311 ; (cf., 

imjef eAfpoc, S. G., 44, I. 4) ; vn., imteAóc, q.v. 
1115, vid. AOin-1113. 
1n$eAn,/., daughter, girl, maiden; as. t 599; gpl., 1044* 



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Ifltf,/., island; gs., mre, 981, mnre, 1173 ; ds., 30, 1157, 1162; as., 
10, 1457 ; w., 1356. 

Inn, pers. pron. 1 pi., we ; form used with verb if , 1003. 

InneAtt, m., preparation, state (of affairs) ; gs., intuit, 1174. 

InmotuA, prepared, settled; dsf., 1122. 

InrcneAc, eloquent ns., 790. 

incmn, /., mind, intention ; ns., 412, 802, 1419; ds., 278, 790 ; as., 1430. 

íoc, to., act of paying, payment; ns., 603; ds., jm ioc -omu, 'tribu- 
tary to thee,' 915. 

íocAim, I heal ; pr. ps., íocÚAfi, 246. 

íoc-1-uib, /., healing herb, remedy; ds., 574, 1501. 

1occ, /., clemency, trust, respect: ds., 1181, cAn ioct;, 1209; in 
1262 it seems to have its original etymological meaning of 
'bosom' (pectus), iocu ha ftp, bosom of miracles, i.e., God. 

lOCCAft, VÍd. ÍOCA1TTI. 

íocuAjiAc, lower, lowest ; gsm., íoéufiAts, 684. 

Íot), m., chain; gpl., 215. 

ío-ÓAu, pure ; gsm., íotxmu, 1587 ; [cf. S. G., 31, ix>bAinx 1-oAn.] 

íosrhAn, peevish, excitable ; ns., 1543 ; gpl., 671; adv., 50 hiojrriAfi, 

688 ; [íosAift, MSS., often.] 
lorrmA, many a, (if) lonróA, 161, 938, 993, 997, 999, 1021, 1025, 1353, 

1541 ; separated from its noun, 941. 
lom-ou^AX), m., act of multiplying ; gs., lonrótnjte, 1069. 
lomtnút, to., mutual jealousy, envy ; ns., 1149. 
1ouat), m., place; gsm., iouait), 684; an leg., 1 u-imni"ó íocujiai§, in 

the lowest depths of anxiety ? ; vid. var. led. 
1 on Ann, equal, like ; ns., 1454. 
lonjnAX), m., adj., unusual, wonderful, (as noun), wonder ; ns., 677, 

713, 814, 975, 1157, 1400. 
lonthume, /., love, affection; gs., 1134. 
lonnAjibAT), to., act of banishing, exile ; ds., 1140. 
lonntuit, active, fit for service ; ns., 1003. 
lonnjiAic, worthy, upright, innocent ; ns., 1336 ; as., 1322. 
lojiJAt, /., strife, conflict ; ds., iofii;Ait, 724, 783, gpl. (?), iojiJAil, 
1023 ; vid. mójt. 
I lofCAT), m., treasure, mansion ; ns., 1570 ; [cf. iruA*ou, treasures, Alex, 
the Great, 1. 794 ; 'court,' Stokes on Gcelic Marco Polo ; a jcifue 
nA n-iofUA rteAtriAin-^eAt, 'in the treasury of the mansions/ 
Oss., V., p. 146]. 

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lot, neut., corn ; ns., 141. 

Íoua, /., thirst; ds., 1544. 

1f, coti?., and, passim ; [A^uf occurs only once, contracted -j, where the 
metre requires dissyllivble, 1263] ; used after lonAnn, 1454, etc. ; 
and in parataxis = ' whilst,' 'seeing that,' 176, etc. 

1f , assertive verb, be, passim ; pres., with particles, mÁ'f , if it is, 270, 
etc. ; óf, since it is, 603, etc. ; *oAf (b) = T)e + "fi + Ab, 338 ; m-Af(b), 
in which is, 307 ; on (Ab), from which is, 689 ; of (b), from which 
310 ; pf., bA, b', *oo b', ?&, with particles ; of (b), from whom were, 
1003 ; nÁf b', 1475 ; j;éf b', 653 [f a does not asp. and prefixes h to 
vowels, 229, 863, etc.] ; jut., btró, 121, 343, 361, 364, 622, neg., m 
bux>, 345, 347 ; rel., bur., 1316 ; cond., bAx>, 906, 925, 1292, 1590 ; 
after *oA (if), *oÁ mbAX), 53, 1109 ; after munA, mtmA bAT>, 1433. 

if eAt, low, lowly, humble ; adj. ns., 772, 947 ; comp. sup., ifte, 659, 
1339 ; adv, 50 hif eAt, 1564 ; noun as , 50 hif eAt, ' (from high) to 
low,' 679 ; dpi, iflib, 772. 

Ifte, /., lowliness ; A]\ m'ifte, to (towards) my lowliness, 655. 

if 1151m, I lower ; 3 s. pf., *o'ift 1 5> 498. 

Ifuij, inside, within ; in phr. cti iftij, 720, 825. 

1ut, m., knowledge (of the way, etc.); gs., lint, 267, 663, 1280; *oÁ 
feAtcAmn iúit, two guiding stars, 1079. 

LÁ, m., day ; ns., 287, 476 ; gs., Iaoi, 692, 1352, 1555 ; ds., U, 1240 ; 
tó, *oo tó, by day, 277, Af tó, in the day-time, 296, 345 ; as., 
1463 ; used simply, to denote 'time when,' 50, 405, 1284 ; tÁ nA 
f tuAJ, on ' doom's day,' 621. 

ÍAbAifu, /., act of speaking, speech ; dpi., tAbAf cAib, 1472. 

U\cu, m., milk ; ns., 147, 508 ; gs., tAcuA, 699 ; ds., 1523. 

Laj, weak, delicate ; npl., tA£A, 91 ; ns., as noun, 711. 

tA^-tuif feAC, weak and weary ; adv., 50 tA5-túif feAC (u length- 
ened), 81. 

tÁib, /., mud ; as., 165. 

tAi-oeAn, /., Latin language ; ns., 6 ; [gen., ÍAi-one]. 

íaix)1|i , strong ; ns., 766, 887 ; npl., tAi"0|te, 54. 

LA15111, m. pi., Leinstermen ; dpi., tAijmb, 1064. 

ÍAi^neAc, belonging to Leinster ; gs., tAi^nig, 891. 

LÁim-ffeAfrAt, m., hand-service, attendance; ds., 865. 

Urn, /., hand ; ns., 201, 613, 887 ; gs., tÁirhe, 922 ; ds., tÁirn, 580, 587, 
607, 831, 1550 ; as., tÁrh, 950 ; npl., tÁrnA, 1409 ; gpl, 43. 



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tÁtriAc, 77i., act of shooting, casting ; ns., 766, 767 ; ds., 522. 

LÁitfieAc, prostrating, ruining ; ns., 454. 

LÁn, full, (foil, by T)o = -oe) : ns., 495, 1538 ; vsf., 949, 972 ; apl., ban a, 

531 ; as noun, a ban, ' its full,' many, plenty of, 36, 154, 1296. 
LÁn-cfiob, m., full hand ; npl., -c-fiobd, 887. 
bAnn,/., sword-blade ; npl., Uinne, 920 ; gpl., bAnn, 1388. 
t^rinf a, m., lance ; ws., 920. 
Iaoc, m., hero ; ns., 195, 740, e£ s^.; 1104, 1306 ; gs., Iaoic, 108, 160, 

704, 831 ; npl., Laoic, 478 ; gpl, 487, 1506. 
t/Aoc-}iA"ó, /., heroes, warriors (collect.) ; ws., 564 ; npl., bAocfiAi*oe, 

572 ; gpl., 1482. 
t/Aoix), /., lay ; gs., bAoix>e, 836. 
tAom-ÓA, bright as a flame ; ns., 67, 1482. 
tÁjt, m., ground, centre ; ds., aji bÁfi, 'laid low,' 572 ; 'in the middle 

of, 692 ; 'riA tÁfi, ' in the midst of them,' 679. 
tAfAX), m., act of blazing, kindling, blushing; ds., 290, 943, 1292 ; gs. } 

tAfUA, 1284, 1374. 
tAf Aim, I burn, light up ; pf. ps., 902. 
l/Afu, m., ballast ; ds., 1493. 

l/Af UA, VMÍ. tAfAX). 

tÁtAifi,/., presence; ds., "oo t., 'just now,' 424. 

bÁúAjt, ra., activity, vigour ; gs., 1085 ; ds., 426, 1069. 

be, prep., with, by : forms comp. with pers. pron. ; 1 s., liom, 653, etc. ; 
teAm, 1361 ; 2 s., beAu, 9, etc. ; 3 sm., leif, 324, etc. ; 3 sf., béi, 
75, etc. ; 1 pi, linn, 7, etc. ; 2 pi., bib, 1391 ; 3^.,beo, 43, etc.; 
with rel., be (a) n-, 246, 313, 314, 1419 ; with pf., beji, 560, 582, 
902, 1363 ; be ti-A|t, 202, 244 ; with pr. of if, ben =be + n + (Ab), 
'who deem it mournful,' 665 ; used to denote agent after pass, 
245, etc. ; also after act., 393, etc. ; with verb if to denote ' in 
the opinion of,' 665, 1103, etc. ; prefixes h to vowels, 401, etc. ; 
used after •ojitn'oim, 413; after 1 n-Aon^uú, 867; i scom^ut, 
111 ; 1 ^cóitriteAcu, 114, etc. 

te, only in phr. 1 be, hither, up to this time, 263. 

teAbA, /., bed; ds., beAbAix>, 1131, 1432 ; as., beAbAi-o, 358. 

beAOAfi, long ; ns., 885 ; npl., be.vbAijie, 91. 

beAOA|i-cAf , long and twisted, plaited ; ns., 67. 

LeACA, /., cheek; dsf., beACAm, 1374. 

teAcc, m., tomb, monument; ns., 637 ; 1064. 

beAj,/., stone; ns., 731. 



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LeÁ^A, vid. tiAij. 

LeA^Aim, I lay low, prostrate; pf. ps., *oo teA^A^o, 611 ; vn. ns. s 

teAjAT), 138. 
téA^Arh, m., act of reading ; ns., 767 ; vid. téijim. 
téA^úóifi, m., reader ; gs., teAJúófiA, 817. 
LeAm, foolish ; as noun, ns., 711. 

teAn, grief, woe; ns., 175, 557, 1424, 1469; gs., léiti, 1292 ; ds., 704. 
téAtiA, ;?z., meadow ; ns., 446. 
teAtiAim, I follow ; 3 s. pf., nioji teAti (x>e), 1453 ; vn. gs., LeAnAtrmA, 

1126; ds., teAriAiriAin, 1588. 
teAtib, m., child; gs., teinb, 642. 
teAnnÁn, m., paramour, lover; ns., 912, 1353; t. -oiteArm, 'water- 

nymph,'1525; ds., 1131; as., 1145; npl., leArmAm, 1048; gpl.,275. 
teA|i, m., sea ; in phr., uAfi teAfi, across the sea, 171. 
LeAfu;, /., declivity ; dpi., teiji5ib, 745. 
LéAf (1) m., light ; ns., 345. 
téAf (2) /., reason, motive, cause, O'R. ; gs., fcfiíbinn Léire, an 

. account of the reason (?), 485. 
LeAfA, vid. tior-. 

LeAf ac, belonging to a Liof or fort ; ns., 255. 
teAf-c, lazy, reluctant ; ns., 486, 1216, 1600. 
LeAÚ, /., half; ds., Leiú, mite 50 teit, one thousand five hundred, 

1345. 
LeAtAim, I spread, flourish; 3 s. pf. (with emph. suffix), *oo leAc- 

fAin, 1247. 
teAtAu-ucu, m., expansive bosom ; ns., 885. 
LeAt-ufiom, m., oppression ; npl., teAt-c|tuim, 996. 
LeAt-UfiomAc, oppressive ; ns., 998. 
téibeAnn, m., bulwarks, lit., platform ; gpl., 909 ; [it seems to mean 

'ranks' in foil., " aji pon cfiei-oim . . . | -o'éifiij ftipueAfi-o ttiaji 

•ftroijie ah pÁpA | 1 -ouofAc ua téibeArm LéiT)meAc tÁi-oijt | -oÁ 

rp]ieA5A"ó *oÁ -oueA^Afc, etc. Elegy on Richard Butler, 1. 102, 

et sqq.]. 
téi'OtrieAc, strong, valiant ; npl., -a, 572. 
tei^im, I let, allow, leave ; 3 s. pf., téi^, 587; 3 pi. fut., téi^fi-o, 

362; 2 s. cond., tei^eA, 631 ; 2 s. imperat., 382, 402, 978, 1315 ; 

pr. ps., tei^ceAjt, 1564 ; fut. ps., téi^peAfi, 349, 353. 
téijim (also téAJAim), I read ; 1 s. pr., 79, 1423 ; vn., téA^Arri, q. v. 
téije^nrA, learned ; comp. sup., 6. 






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téim, /., leap ; gpl., -eAnn,563. 

teirrie, ;/., folly ; ns., 1310. 

LéimeA^>, m., act of leaping ; gs., téimte, 563. 

téimjie^c, m., act of leaping ; as., 753. 

Lew, vid. téAn. 

temb, rid. teAnb. 

téine, /., shirt ; ns., 356 ; ds., temi-ó, 200, 303. 

téiji, visible, evident (with *oo), clear ; ns., 80, 104, 131, 345, 658 ; ní 

téijt, is not heard, 505 ; adv., 50 t., entirely, altogether. 
teift-cfteAc, /., complete plunder, ruin ; ns., 573 ; gpl., 567. 
téifi-eolAc, m., accurately informed, very learned, (as noun) ; ns., 817. 
teifi-fjuouAt, m., clear speech, discussion ; ds., 867. 
leijigib, vid., teAfi^. 

léifi-5AT)Aim, I rob, plunder, completely; 3s, pf., -501T), 554. 
téiji-rheAf, m., close consideration ; ds., 533. 
teiji-te.A5.Afc, m., clear instruction, doctrine ; ns., 373. 
Léifi, vid., téAf (2). 
téite, vid., Í1AÚ. 

teoriiAn, m., lion ; gs., teorriAin, 208 ; npl., teorriAin, 51 ; gpl., 731. 
Leon, m., affliction ; gs., teom, 476. 
teonAT), m., act of wounding, afflicting; ns., 131, 451, 1506; gs., 

teonAix), 1069. 
Leon Aim, I wound, afflict ; pf. ps., x>o LeoriA-ó, 1429 ; pp. (lengthened) 

teonvnjte, 119. 
teojt, plenty, enough ; ns., 251, 1429 : adv., 50 I., 223, 251, 749. 
Left, ten, vid., te. 
téxA, law ; gs., 1309. 

tiA, /., stone ; gs., ti^e, 766 ; gpl., tiA£, 1206 ; [m., apud W.]. 
tiAij, m., physician ; gs., teÁJA, 574. 

tiAc, gray; comp.sup., téite, 100, (applied to colour of eyes, cf., jtAf). 
tiAtAim, I grow gray, hoary ; 3s. pf., a]\ tiAt x>om folz, ' how much 

of my hair has grown gray,' 953. 
tiAt-nuHTH|i, /., hoary number ; ds., 647. 
U5, /., colour, brightness ; ns., 902 ; ds., 343, 1425 ; ace. resp., 100 ; 

[cf., til ; Wb., 12 ; Aft ti, gl. propter gloriam vultus, Wb., 15]. 
tÍ5-"óeA|tc, /., bright, brilliant eye ; gpl., 882. 
ti5e, vid., tiA. 
tine, /., line (of writing ; of genealogical descent, i.e., lineage, etc.) ; 

ds., 753, 1382, 1531 ; gpl., 647, 767. 



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tirm (1)/., water, pool; ns., 456 ; ds., 255, 1430, 1494; as., 685; dpi., 

Lmnuib, 20, Q85. 
Lmn (2) /., time, only in phr. fie Afi Lmn 'in our time/ 111.1. 
Li'05-cnoc, m., stony hill ; gpl., 745. 

Líoj-jLAn, m., colour-pure, brilliantly pure, clear ; ns., 885. 
LiorhAim, I polish, make smooth ; pf.ps., LiotriAT), 731. 
Líottiúa, smooth, polished ; ns., 790, 920, 1302 ; gs., 45 ; gpl., 1482. 
Líottiúacu, smoothness, polish ; ds., 749. 
Lion, m., full number ; ns., 1239. 
Lion, m., net; gpl., LionuA, 912. 
Líonxvó, m., act of filling ; ds., 637. 
LionniAji, fully, in abundance; adv., 50 t., 1567- 
Li one a, filled ; dpi., 685. 
Liof, m., fort, castle ; gs., LeAf a, 496. 
toe, m., lake, lough ; dp., -Aib, 20. 

LocAim, I reject ; S pi. pr., Locai*o, 1301 ; vn. ns., Iocat>, 1302. 
Locu, m., fault ; ns., 1083 ; ds., 1259. 
LójrriAfi, precious ; ns., 731, 882 ; npl., -a, 100. 
Loicim, I wound, injure; Ss. p/., loir, 1417. 
Lom, bare, ns., 886. 

LomftAT), m., fleece ; ns., 872 ; cfo., 874. 
Lon, m., blackbird ; #pZ., 168. 

Lón, m., store, provision ; ns., 1240, 1259 ; gs., Lóm, 395. 
Lonj, /., ship; ns. 1493. 

Lon^-po-fic, m., camp, fort, palace ; ns., 1482. 

Lonj-pofiuAc, possessing castles, palaces ; ns., 793; vs., -pojtcAi 5, 853. 
Lonn, fierce, ns., 1163. 

Lonn, m., anger, indignation, O'it. ; gs., luitin (?), 1192. 
Lonn(A)-bui-óeAn, /., fierce band, troops ; gs., -btn-óne, 50. 
LormriiAji, fierce, bold ; vs., LonnniAifi, 853. 
LonnjiA-ó, m., brightness, brilliance ; ns., 1216. 
Lófi, sufficient, enough ; ns., 383, 1292. 
LojiÁn, m., for LobfiÁn (?), weakling, infirm person ; ns., 712; [vid. W., 

s.v., LobftÁn.] 
Lofic, fierce, cruel; gsm., Ltnftc, 1192 ; an leg. Ltii|ic; gs., of (LAo^Aijie) 

Lofic. 
Loc, m., wound, injury ; gs., Luir, 87 ; ds., 1226. 
Luac, m., price, reward ; gpl., 836. 
LuACAift, /., rushes ; gs., Luacjia, 1425. 



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tuA"ó, m., act of mentioning, speaking of ; ns., 328, 1448. 

Lua-óa-ó, m., act of mentioning, speaking of , ns.. 1374. 

Iua-óaiI, /., motion, activity ; as., 1417. 

LuAróim, I mention, speak of, refer to ; 1 pi. pr., tuAiT)tni*o, 322 ; 

3 s. pf., "oo tuAi-o, 390 ; 1 s. fut., tuAi-ópeAT), 534 ; 1 s. cond., 

tuAi-opnn, 1438 ; 3 s., tuAi-ófeA-ó, 1403 ; on., Iuat>, Iua-óa-ó, q.v. 
tuAimneAc, flying, restless, nimble ; ns., 250 ; comp. sup., luAimnii;e, 

310, 326. 
t/UAn, m., doomsday; gs., séifibfieiú An luAin, 'hist judgment,' 

370 ; [doomsday is called by Tadhg Gaedhealach, IÁ aw luAin 

■ouib, IÁ An c|t«AX)-cóifce jéift, tÁ An ur-luAij; (cf., 0*20), IÁ 

An cr-teibe (cf., 396)]. 
t/UAt-^um, /., act of quickly wounding ; ds., 1429. 
tuAÚ-jot, m., act of crying quickly, violently ; ds., 479. 
tub,/., plait (of hair) ; ns., 1139 ; applied as an epithet to a maiden, 

and here to Eire, 
tucu, 7ii., people {collect., takes pi. verb, 330-336) ; ns., foil, by gen. 

of noun or vn. to form compound, hs Lucu péApuA, * feasters,' 330 ; 

t. teAnATTitiA, ' followers,' 1126 ; t. cjunrcín x/óL, ' those who 

drink jars,' 334; cf., 330-336, 491, 492, 563, 569, 851 ; ds., 136, 

940, 1239, etc. ; vs. 665. 
Luib, /., herb, plant ; ns., 507. 
tuije, m., act of lying down ; as., 970 ; ds. 1133 ; as., tui^e aji, ' in- 

cumbere in,' ' attend earnestly to,' 1435. 
tuijtm, I lie down ; 1 s. pr. (Afi), 1432. 
tumn, vid., Lonn. 

tuf , m., herb, plant ; ns., 1247, 1265. 
tut, m., vigour, activity ; ns., 250, 487 ; gs., lúiu, 1085 ; ds. t 426, 

522, 954. 
tutmAji, vigorous, active ; adv., 50 t., 283. 

ttV, 1. mo, q.v. 

1TIÁ, if ; with the pr., 349, etc. ; with the pf. } 1194. 

triAC, m., son ; ns., 259, etc. ; gs., rmc, 235, etc. ; as., 599 ; npl., mic, 
1083, 1107, 1203; gpl. } 1140; apl., mACA, 614; dpi., mACAib, 
1321 ; n. dual, 1034, 1077 ; ace. dual, mAc, 1113. 

triACAifie, m., plain ; gs., 1467. 

mACAom, m., youth; ns., 161, 210; ds., 1233; gpi., 1273 ; [npl., mA- 
cóime, i?ocW. Dinn., p 11]. 

ITÍA5, /., plain ; ns., 436 ; dpi., mACAib, 17. 



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TTUicne, /., children, clan; gs., 1152, 1176; ds., 1002, 1166. 
ttlAi-oe, m., stick, staff; ns., 732. 

triAi-oeAn, /., morning ; ds., Aft rnAiT>in, ' in the morning,' 405. 
trUi-óm, m., rout, defeat ; ns., 1228 ; ' routing enemies,' ^An mAi-or 

(pron. mAOim), 567. 
tTlAi5X>eAn, /., maiden ; ns. (for as.), 411. 
tTlAi5fie, m., salmon ; ns., 705. 

m&ips,/., woe (to, -do) ; ns., 83 ; 509, 546, 991, 128.* ; vs., 132b 
niAi|iim, I live ; 3 s. imp/., mAifteAT), 869, 1589 ; vid. s. v., beijtim. 
tTlAipe, /., beauty ; ns., 89 ; as., 496 •, ds., 273. 
ITlAif eAc, beauteous ; ns., 1466, 1496. 

tTlAit, good ; ds. (as noun), 757 ; dpi., rnAiúib, ' nobles,' 1599. 
mÁt, m., prince ; gs., mÁit, 942 ; \_gl., rníti-ó, Mtr. Gl., p. 13]. 
mAWfic, /., change ; ns., triAtAfiu, 1094; mAt<Mfiu, 1304; m. ]\e 5 

another g. (?), 237 ; ds., ttiaIaijiu, 1470, 1488. 
tnAÍAjtuAc, changeable, fickle ; vsf. (as noun), 1385. 
iriAtl, slow ; ns., 1517. 

triAmA, ff». } breast ; ns., 69 ; np£., 90 ; [m., 69, but/., O'R.] 
mÁnlA, affable, pleasing; vsf., 457. 
triAnnA, m,, manna ; ds., 1234. 
rriAOi-óim, I boast ; 1 5. pr., 934 ; 3 s. cond., x>o mAOi-o^eAX) (aji), 677 ; 

v?i., mAoi-óeA-ó ; gs., mAOi-oue, 636, 757, 941, 1073 ; part, nee, 

rriAoi-oce, 925. 
triAoitinn, knoll; gs., 1507: ds., 708; gpL, 549 ['top of a hill,' 

O'Curry, on 23 N. 13, p. 285]. 
tTlAOin, /., wealth ; gs., mAOine, 1520; npl., mAoine, 54; dpi., 

mAoinib, 654, 739, 837, 861. 
tTlAOineAc, wealthy; ns., 795. 

ITlAoite, /., weakness ; gs., 249, 298 ; ds., 488, 1486. 
ITlAol, bald, dismantled; ns., 1515. 
tTlAol-cnoc, bald, bare hill ; ns., 440. 

tnAolu^AT), m., act of blunting ; ns., m. meAnniAn, 1502. 
triAoti-ÓA, stately ; ns., 62, 1038, 1466 ; ds., 660 ; vsf., 458, 549. 
tTlAOfcOAct:, stateliness ; ns., 760. 
tTlAot-jtAc, /., soft, gentle hand ; dpi., -Aib, 313. 
triAot-tfioi5, /., gentle foot ; npl., -ú-jioi;súe," 387. 
triAfi (asp.)^rep. cum ace. {dat.), like, as, 77, etc.; rn a ji peAn (fin) 

'thus.' 1175, 1564 ; conj., 'how, as' 127, 251, etc. ; pÁ tdaji, 

' just as,' 875 ; rriAfi 50, ' as if,' 1243 ; foil, by rel. form of verb, 

370. 



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TTlAfibA"ó, m., act of killing, murder ; ns., a m., 'their murder,' 1035 

tTlAfic fl/UA^, m., cavalry ; gs., -ftuAi^, 748, 1557. 

mÁjicA, m., March ; ds., 505. 

mÁ r , i. mÁ ir, if (it) is, 270, 301, 821, 1299 ; vid. ir. 

tTlAfCAtAc, flattering ; ns., 62 ; [cf. mAf^Al, flattery, O'R. ; but 
mAfctAÓ, 'manly,' 0' Don., Hy. F., p. 294J. 

mÁÚAifi, /., mother ; ds., 1205, 1210. 

XX\Ai-vn&c&om, good, noble youth ; gpl., 935. 

tile, pers. pron., 1 s., I, me; ns., 650; as., 417, 1583, etc 

m eAb-At, /., deceit, treachery; ds., 1407. 

me-AbUc, deceitful ; vs., 1566. 

ttleACAn, ra., tuber, (such as parsnip, carrot, etc.) ; ns., 1247 ; ace. 

resp., 1265 ; [cf., meccon, gl., radix, Sg., 69 a.] 
mOA-o, /., quantity, size, number ; ds., méi"o, 69 ; as., méiT>, 1270. 

meAi')ón, middle; gs., meA-óóm, 728. 

1TleA-6|iAC, gay, merry ; ns., 744 ; gsm., meAX)|tAi^, 890. 

ineALl, m., lump ; ds., m. *oo bfiÁ5AT>, 'apple of thy throat,' 1195. 

TTleAnmA, /., mind, memory; ns., 488, 1348; gs., meAnmAti, 1502; 

ds., meAnniAin, 942; as. (after p<ss.), meAnmAm, 1408. 
meAft, quick, nimble ; nsf. (for as.), 1462 ; gsm., mijt, 230 ; gpl., 742 ; 

comp. sup., mijte, 209. 
méAji, m., finger; gpl., 250. 
tneAfibAtt, m., mistake, error ; ns., 1212. 
tneAjt-bfteAf , swiftly active ; gpl., 250. 
tneAft-cftUAi-o, quick and hard ; gpl., 319. 
meAfrÓA, sprightly ; ns., 210. 

tneAjt-x)UAipeAc, quickly rewarding, bountiful ; ns., 738. 
tnéA]t-ÍA5, with gentle, delicate fingers ; vsf., 979 ; npl., meoji-tA^A, 

101 ; dpi., méAjt-tA^A, 313. 
ineAfiu^A-ó, m., act of confusing; ds., 284. 
tneAf, m., esteem ; ns., 1289 ; ds., 398, 1234 ; as., 530. 
ITIeAfA, comp. sup., worse, 1299; mifce, 'all the worse,' 1210. 
meAf Aim, I estimate, think ; 1 s. pr., 72, 661, 1487 ; 2 s. rmpcrat., 

meAr-, 1322. 
tneApc, in phr., 1 meAfC, cum. gen., in the midst of, 1273. 
ITIeAf CAim, I mix, disturb, confuse ; 3 s. pf., x>o meAr- c, 1215. 
ITIeAÚ, fat ; comp. sup., meite, 1265. 
tTleACA, faint, timid, cowardly ; ns., 1586. 
tnéi"0, vid. méAX). 



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tnéin(e), vid. miAti. 

meittueAc (^fi), destructive ; nsf., 1205. 

tneijro|ieAc, /., harlot ; ns., 1181 ; vs., 1395. 

™&V5>f-> rust; ds., 1420. 

tTleifce, /., intoxication; ds., &]\ m., drunk, 242. 

ttteite, vid. tneAc. 

meoji-tAjA, vid. méAji-ÍA^. 

tní-Áj, m., ill-luck, misfortune; ns., 135; ^s., -A15, 1397. 

miAn (méin), /., intention, desire; ns., miAn, 1233; méin, 120* 

gs. y méine, 660 ; ds., mém, 273, 650, 722, 1470 ; ns., used for as., 

rniAti, 968 ; ace. resp., 1441 ; vs., tniAti, 1479. 
tTliAn-5ot, m, weeping from desire, longing; ns., 167. 
mí-ce-An, /., evil passion ; gpl., 1565. 
mite, m., warrior, soldier ; gs., miteAT), 660, 754, 781, 876 ; ds., míti"ó, 

643; ace. resp., míti-ó, 1586; gpl., míteA-ó, 488, 732; [also as 

proper name, vid. Index Nom.]. 
mite, m., thousand, 1345; cfii m ^^> 1186; gpl., mitue, 946; dpi., 

mituib, 650, 664, 728. 
tThtir, sweet ; ns., 1. 
trhtir- jeinj, /. lit. sweet-wedge, milky way (?), 687 ; [cf., geitm, 

wedge, CPR. ; m ^eiiro, is the cross-beam in the cross, gl., L. 

Hymn., p. 39.] 
tYhtteon, m., blame, censure (?); ns. m., mitue, censure of thousands, 

946. 
mitteA*ó, m., act of destroying, spoiling; ns., 134; ds., 284. 
mi-me-df , m., dis-esteem, contempt ; ds., 1315. 
min, fine, smooth, calm, gentle; ns., 1098, 1195; gsf., mine, 911; 

dpi., 17, 1511. 
mine, /., tenderness, gentleness; ds., 586. 
mineAcu, /., gentleness ; ns., 761. 
min-JeAt, smooth and fair ; gsm., -51 1, 39. 
mime, often, frequent ; ns., 810; adv., 30 m., 1380, 1387. 
minteAc, m., meadow, fine pasture ; ds., 1004. 
tnin-ufteAb, /., gentle tribe ; vs., 1478. 
miotcA, filled with animals, cattle ; ds., 1494. 

mion, small, fine ; ns., 1025, 1212 ; ir mion fúit, rare is the eye, 172. 
tníon-ctÁji, m., fine plain ; vs., -ctÁiji, 1397. 
miontA, gentle ; ds., 803 ; as., 411 ; gpl., 859. 
mion-urtu45, m., crowd of young people ; gs., -uptóij, 456. 



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míofi, /., bit, piece, share ; ns., m. cujia-ó, champions' bit, share, 

1595, [also called cuft-d-óiriíofi] ; gs., mijte, 896. 
tnío-fiAÚ, m., misfortune, ill-luck; ds., 1089; as., 1584. 
THottbAit, /., miracle ; ds., 50 m., with a miracle, wonderfully, 760. 
miojift, (?) for mifi, ds., of mioft (q.v.) ; 1 m. 5.4c puAjuriA, at the end 

of every form, class (?) 1434. 
ttIiouaL, m., metal- ds., 659. 
mífte, vid. mio|t. 
tttijie, vid. meA|t. 

mi|ie, /.. nimbleness, sprightliness ; ns., 761 ; gs., 257. 
tnifneAc, m., courage ; as., 1189. 
mi pee, vid. meAfA. 

mo, (m' before vowels and p), poss. pron., my, 427, etc. 
tnó, vid. móp. 
tnoceAn, welcome, 19; [cf. 'mocheAn mocheAn a CViAinni-ó bene- 

uepn Ap, 1., Bene venias, sancte Dei Cainnice/ Codex Kilk. Vita 

S. Cainnici; Ap moceAnA, M. L., p. 144, mochenpA, S. G., p. 18.] 
mox>, m.y mode, manner ; ds., 257, 273 ; npl., mox>A, 1266. 
tno^A, m., slave, servant ; npl. mojjAoi, 570. 
tTlo^AÍ, m., cluster; gs., mo^Ait, as adj., 38; [cf cnú muLlAis x>o 

ÍÚ05AI pio£, Zt. II., 341.] 
molt), /., vow, oath ; gs., moi-oe, 1215. 
tnói-oe, vid. móp. 

tnóin,/., moss, bog ; ds., 708 ; dpi., moincib, 23, 142. 
tnolAX), m., act of praising ; ns., 751 ; ds., 754. 
móp, adj., great; ?is., 59, 291, etc. ; = ip mop, 937, 981,1033, 1274; #óvm., 

móits 295, 329, 899, 989; #,<?/., móitie, 911; dsm., 1238; ds/, rnoip, 

380, 1252 ; gpl., 331 ; adv., 50 móp (níof mó), much (more), 934; 

comp. sup., mó, 680, 934, 1348; tiíof mó, 'any longer/ 'any 

more,' 299, 360; comp., mói"oe, all the more, 1062, 1113, 1197, 

1216 ; vid. muAp. 
móp n-, neut. (something), great ; ns., 994, 1023 ; followed by gen., 

hence we should expect; mop rmonAip, móp n-iop^Aite, but 

■0011 Ap and lop^Ait may be gpl. 
mópx>Acu, /., majesty ; ds., 124. 
m óp-T>Át ac, majestic ; ns., 795 ; ds., 1188. 
móp-pvnL, /., noble blood, race ; ds., 173. 
móp-otc, m., great evil, misfortune ; ns., 134. 
tttuAip-bpii;, /•» g rea t virtue, efficacy ; as., 344 v 



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tnuAifi-piAn, 1. móifi-piAn, /., great pain, suffering ; gpl., 386. 

muAfi, 1. móji, q.v., 301, 307, 351, 391. 

TTItiAfi-Áji-o, large and lofty ; gsm., muAji-Aoijvo, 1. mófi-Áijro, 396. 

tntiAfi-btn-oe, 1. móft-btn-óe, /., great thanks ; ns., 324. 

múcAirn, I extinguish, stifle; 3 s. pf., -oo trmc, 496, 690, 691, 1508 ; 

vn. ns., múcA-ó, 249. 
tnuirrmeAC, adj., belonging to Munster ; ns., 738; gsm., tnuimnis, 

890 ; dsf., muininis, 480 ; gpl., 935. 
tTluimneAc, m., Munsterman ; gpl., 1599. 
muinéAt, m., neck ; ns., 199, 885. 
tnúinue, educated, polite ; vsf., 458. 
tnui|i,/., sea ; ns., 1255, 1263 ; ds., 837, 1221. 
tnuijie-dft, m., burden ; ds., 1405 ; family, gpl., 858. 
mui|ieA|tAc-rjé, /., woman, maiden with heavy locks (of hair) ; vs., 

979 ; [cf. if bAmujieAOAC rhuftAjiAc, Tadhg Gaedhealach, Fious 

Misc. ] 
tnuifieAfi-f otu, m., heavy (locks of) hair ; gpl., 974. 
mtuji-jeinuleACU, /, sea-magic ; ns., 695. 
mining, for mtnfti-ó (?) ; marine, rriAi*oe m., 'mast ' (?), 732. 
mui^inn,/., 'military arms,' Oss. V., 144 ; as., 1486 ; an leg., mm^n, 

troop company, O'i?. ? 
tnúi|tnín, m., darling ; ns., 339 ; ds., 948. 
tnullAc, m., top ; ns., 732 ; ds., 1507. 
'tntin, 1. urn An ; vid. vim. 
tntmA n-, conj., unless ; 57, 624, 802; munA bAT), 1433 ; mutiA rjiUAJ, 

1. mutiA(b) eft., 1105. 
mú\\, m., wall, castle; ns., 594, 792 1496, 1567 ; gs., muifi, 1089 ; ds., 

1061. 
tnúfiAc, possessed of castles ; ns., 792. 
tnú|i-mA5, /., castled plain : vs., 1370. 
múfctAim, I awaken ; 1 s. pr. (intrayis.), 409 ; 2 s. imperai. {trans.), 

múfCAiL, 1189. 

'TIA, vid. 1 n-. 

nÁ (1) neg. (used before imperat.), not, do not, 285, 299, 376, 392, 402, 

599, 957, 958, 963, 1192, 1315, 1322. 
Í1Á (2) conj., nor, 79, 280, 299, 1448. 
11Á (3) conj., than, 365, 622, 726, (foil, by verb) 934, 1299, 1300; for 

ionÁ. 



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flAc (not infecting), (1) conj., that not, 11, 37, etc. ; ó tiAé, since-not, 

755 ; (2) rel.pron., who-not, which-not, 616, 1280, 1468, etc. 
tW:Afi — uac + jio (before/*/.), 448, 452; vid. nÁft. 
rkvoufi (MSS),/., nature ; ds., 703 ; [usually nAT>uifi.] 
nÁi}t, noble; gpl., 1159. 

tlÁifte, /., shame, bashfulness ; ns., 834, 1277. 
ílÁifteAÓ, bashful, shy ; nsf. (for as.), 4i 1. 

ricÁtriA, m., enemy ; as., nÁmAiT), 811 ; gpl., uáttia-o, 58, 464, 119G, 1218. 
tlAoi n-, nine, 1185. 

tlAom-eAjtAif,/., holy church ; ns., 390. 
tlAOTri-^tAC,/., sacred hand ; npl., -jLaca, 387. 
HAOíriÚA, sacred, holy ; dsf., 30 ; as/., 1457. 
tlAoiri-tol, /., holy will; ds., -toil, 594. 

llÁji (1. nÁ + ftó), that not, which not (before £>/.), 40, 587, etc. 
HÁji, m., shame ; ns., 37, 52. 
'tlAji, i. 1 n-A po, in which (was), where, when, (before £>/.), 1047, 1225, 

1275. 
tlAÚAijt, /., serpent; ns., fi. mrne, venomous serpent, 1208. 
r\AÍA]\T>A, serpent-like, venomous; ns., 784. 
tleAc, anyone; ds., 261, 1403; as., 610; cf., Aon-neAc. 
ileal, m., swoon, trance, sleep ; ds., 409. 
tlé-dVl, ra., cloud ; ns., 1574 ; ds., 1556 ; npl., néAluA, applied to the 

hair shading the countenance (?), 1422. 
TleAttVÁj;, m., ill-luck, adversity ; ds., 1033. 
tleArh,/., heaven ; gs., neime, 1293 ; nime, 594, 1241. 
neAniAirm, /., pearl; ns. } 729; gpl., tieAmAnti, 729; [properly an nn. 

stem ; ns., neAm ; gs., neAmArm]. 
tleAmbocu, opulent, lit., not poor ; dsf., 30. 
T1eAiri-co|tjiAC, unshakeable, firm ; ns., 1099. 
tleAnrOA, heavenly; ns., pltifi n., 'manna,' 1231, 1257. 
neAiri-5tói|t, /., ingloriousness ; ns., 984. 
tleAfiu, w-, strength, force; ns., 1156; gs., nifiu, 84, 139, 1218; as., 

1150 ; gpj., 1157. 
neAjiCTTiAn, strong, powerful ; adv., 30 n., 1593. 
HeAfA, comp. sup., nearer, nearest; comp., 1300. 
néAUA, nice, neat; ds., 320. 
tléill-ciot, m., cloud-shower; as., -ceACA, 296. 
tleim, /., poison, venom, violence; ns., 246, 1510; mm, 243, 1302; 

gs., nitrie, 1021, 1208. 



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tléltfl, VÍd. tllATTl. 

tteime, vid. neAm. 

HeoiT), niggardly, stingy; npl., (as noun), neoi"oe, 1242. 

ní (asp.) not, 72, etc. ; níofi, before pf., 7, 1448, etc. 

tli (if understood, not infecting, and prefixing h to vowels), is not, 52, 

121, etc. ; in pf., niofi t>' (before vowels), 55, etc. ; niop (asp. 

consonant), 136 J. 
TliAm, /., colour, brilliance; ds., niAm, 1540; ds., néim, 82, 99; [c/. 

niAm, 1. -oAuh, ut est, cor-cA-o neime, 1. ^Afta lAjicAe, in -OAchA, 

1. coficAifi no gtAifin, O'Dav.]. 
tliArrmA, bright, brilliant ; ds., 1469. 
niAtfi-jeAt, brilliantly white ; nsf. (for as.), 411. 
ní-ó, m., thing; ns., 188, 1447 ; ds., 703. 
rhrh(e), vid. neAm and neim. 
tlimneAc, venomous, violent; ns., 784; gpl., 857. 
níoji, vie?, ni. 
niof, before comp. in pres. tense, 299, 751, 1315, etc. 

tlÓCAfl, VÍd. nUACA-fl. 

tlocu, naked, destitute ; ns., 938 ; gpl. (as noun), 1411. 

nocuAim, I reveal ; 3 s. pf., "oo nocu ("oo), 419, 1584 ; 3 pi., *oo 

noccfAt), 1018. 
íIótia, /., noon (orig. ninth hour) ; ds., 168. 
nó-ó, vi'd. nuAT). 

nor, m., custom, fashion ; ns., 1017 ; as., 1196, 1367 ; dpi., nóf Aib, 205. 
nórtriAfi, fashionable ; ns., 103. 
ntiAcA-fi, m., spouse; ns., nócAfi, 121; gs., nuAÓAifi, 1587; nócAift, 

212 ; ds., ntJACAft, 1352. 
nuAT), new ; ns., nó"ó, 288 ; ds/., ntiAT>, 1382. 

tluA-ó-Lou, m., recent wound; gs., -loir, 246 ; leg., t;ac tniA-o-loiu. 
nuA-jot, m., act of weeping newly, freshly; ds., 162. 
tluA^Aifi, heavenly; ns., An "Ofiiicu n., 'manna/ 1243; [cf. nuAij, 

heaven, O'R., ; nuAJmAfi, heavenly, G, J., 25, p. 8]. 
tluAi-óeAcu, /., news ; as., 1419. 
íIuaVI-JoL, ra., act of crying and weeping, shrill weeping; as., 455; 

ds., 672, 1427. 
tltiAfi, m>, woe ; ns., mo nuAfi, 239, 1561 ; but mo nuAi|i-re, 1365. 
nuApviJ (?), as., mAji n., 1447; al., ntJA^fu^; for nuA-o-rus, fresh 

sap(?). 
tltntnifi, /., number ; ns., 1294. 



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ó, interj., ! Oh ! 643. 

Ó (1) prep., from, since, 166, etc. ; ó -50, from-to (till), 679, 1555- 
1556; with art. on, 964, etc.; generally eclipses, but asp., 426, 497, 
etc. ; before place, whence a person comes, 196, 228, 1051, 1100 ; ó 
fin auaIL, thenceforth, 1361 ; combines with pers. pron., 1 s., 
«Aim, 28, 424, 950, ' far off from me/ 410 ; 2 s., «aiu, 305, 518, 
610, 617, 975, 1530; 3 sm. s «a-ó, 1144, «ait>, 518; 3 */., «ai!i, 
1432 ; 1 pi., «Amn, 616 ; 3 pi, «A-ÓAib, 1284, «aúa, 7, 493, 1452 ; 
with poss. pron., 1 s., óm, 25, 33, 961 ; 2 s., ot>, 556; used after 
foil, verbs, adj., etc., OAinueAji, 1563 ; -oeAlb, 513 ; f iVl, 724 ; 
5t«Aif, 1390; ceibi-o céim, 1272; U15, 670, 1262; (2) conj., 
since, óf (1. ó if), 603 ; ó peAfiA-ó, 822; ó -o'éAj, 293, 524 ; óx> 
cuaI^, 1357 ; ó «ac féA-ouAf, 'since it is not possible/ 755. 

ó, vid. ua. 

ObAim, I refuse, reject ; 3 s. imperat. ps., obÚAji, 1319. 

Oc, interj., Oh ! alas ! 548, 643, 797, 813, 945, 947, vid. «6. 

OcÁn, m., woe ; ns., 473 ; generally used as interj., 'alas' ! vid. ucÁn. 

OcjiAf, m., hunger ; gs., ocftAip, 1208. 

Ocua, vid. «cu. 

Ór>, ó. vid, 

Óx), 1. Ú-0, yon, that, 294, 316, 351, 371. 

Ó5, young; ns., 337, 476 ; as noun, 'youth'; npl., 015, 48; gpl., 
1054 ; dpi, 05AID, 211, 1438. 

ÓjÁn, m., youth ; gpl, 1092. 

05b ax), m., youth ; ns., 477; apl, ó^bAi-ó, 126; [cf. bÁUAft ócbAix) 
e\\ t«mA, Alex. S., 1. 479.] 

Ó51UAJ1, youthful; gs. (as noun), ó^mAif, 176. 

Oi-óce, /., night ; gs., 690, 867, 1556 ; ace. dur., 33. 

01-óeAX), /., death ; as., oit>it>, 1087, [cf., aidi-o, Fl Brie, 20]; <&?., 
0151-0, 1112, [c/„ 0151-0, P. <& H., 911, 3222.] 

015-beAn,/., young woman, maiden ; ws., 105. 

Ói5e, /., youth, youthfulness ; gs., 130 ; ds., 124. 

O151T), vid. 01-óeA-ó. 

015-feAf, m., young man, youth; gpl, 1553. 

Oi 5|te ac c, /., inheritance ; ns., 991. 

OiteÁn, m., island; vs., oiteÁm, 1313. 

Oitim, I nourish, rear; pf.ps., oileAT), 527, 1523. 

OmeAC, m., hospitality, generosity ; gs., omij, 1012, 1051, 1406 ; ds., 
828, 1091 ; vid. emeAc. 



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ÓmriiiT>,/., fool, simpleton ; ns., 179, 472. 

Omniun, m., onion ; npl., omnium, 1246. 

OijtbeA-jic,,/*., noble deed, magnanimity ; ns., 703. 

Oiji-óei|ic, conspicuous, famous ; ns., 1168, 1228; dsf., 1162. 

OijieAT>, 'as much as/ ' even ' ; ds., 216 ; as., 656. 

Oijt-éA-o, m., great jealousy, envy ; ds., 1343. 

OijieAcu,/., gathering of the clan ; ds., 13. 

OijteAft, m., country, region; ns., 991; <js., oiftift, 815, 1011, 1052, 

1088, 1200. 
Óifi-tior, m., golden, royal fort ; ds., 123. 
Oifm, vid. Aft (prep.) 
Óifi-fliocu, m. f royal race; ds., 42. 
ÓL, m., act of drinking ; ns., 1555. 
ÓlAim, I drink ; 1 s. pf., *o'ótAf , 243. 
Otc, m., evil; gs., uitc, 140; ds., 1173 ; #p£., 1093. 
OILatti, ready ; gpl., 58 ; {generally uUIatt)). 

OttuAc, pertaining to Ulster; gsm., OttuAi;*;, 892; {generally Ultac). 
Ól-ceAc, m., tavern ; cZs., -cij, 219. 

OtiiAii, m., fear ; ns., 814 ; [c/., S.G., p. 20; ^oc^. Dinw, p. 5.] 
ÓmfiA, m., amber ; ds., 197. 
On, 689, vid. 6 and ir ; [cf., ór) mAit UfioiT), 'a quobonum est pradium; 

T.F., 135.] 
Oncu, /., otter; gpl., oncon, 857; nd., oncom, 1041; [variously 

rendered/ leopard/ 'wolf/ 'lynx/ vid. T. Sh.; 'otter/ t>a 

oncomn Vuaúa a toe Con, R.I.A., Proc. Vol. VII., p. 190 : 

toe ha n -on ebon, Loch Nahanagan, above Glendaloch, Irish 

Nennius, p. 198.] 
ÓnnA, weak, faulty ; ns., 201 ; [also on-oA, O'R. from ón, fault, 

blemish.] 
Onóiji, /., honour ; ds., 1181 ; as., 1341. 
Ófi (1) 1. ó Aji, from whom, which, 416, 731, vid. a (rel.). 
óji (2) 1. ó + |t + (b), vid. ir. 

ó|t (3), m., gold ; ns., 313, 845 ; gs. (as adj.), 317, 333, 872, 874. 
OjicftA-ÓAC, afflicted ; ns., 1144. 

Ójro, m., order, dignity, insignia; apl., mAfi oji-oa, 116. 
Ójvóa, golden ; gpl., 215. 
Óji-fotu, m., golden hair ; gs., -fmt-c, 96. 
Ófi-f tnt, /., royal blood, race ; ns., 900. 
Ofi5Án, m., organ ; gs., o^Am, 248. 



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OftAó, m., inch ; ns., 114. 

Oj-im, Ofiu, etc., vid. Af {prep.). 

Óf nAi"oeAc, adorned, ornamental ; ns., 795. 

ÓftA, magical charm ; gs. (as adj.), 874. 

Of, vid. if. 

Of, prep., above, 728, 1004, 1031 ; óf Afro, 'aloud,' 'publicly,' 56; 

óf Afro, 945 = if Áfro ; combines with pcrs. pron. ; 3 s/., iiAifui, 

1401. 
Ofcut, /., confluence, (lit. armpit) ; ds., of cuit ; [cf., 1 rroejic a 

oxAit/te, L. U., 70«, 45.] 
OfCAfÓA, renowned, famous; gpl., 857 ; [from OfCAft uiac Oip'u.] 
Of ua, m., hospitality, entertainment ; gs., ueAc An of ua, ' inn/ 

'hotel,' 1456. 
Ocf Af, m., sickness, disease ; gs., otfAif, 1207. 

pÁifiu,/., connexion, kindred, kindness ; gs., pÁifue, 452; as., 649. 

pÁif, /., passion ; ns., 604. 

pÁfoún, m., pardon ; ds., 703. 

péACAc, showy, gaudy ; dsm., 304. 

peACA-ó, m., sin ; ns., 661 ; as., 601. 

péAnuAib, vid. piAu. 

pé&\\lA, m., pearl ; ds., 319. 

peAffA, /., (stately) person; ds., peAffAm, 781 ; [cf., if fWAim-jut 

ua lieAtA Ann 50 peAf fAnuA Aft linn, Im. Oir,. 1898, p. 89.] 
peAZA, m., pet ; gs. fAO^At peAUA, 'the life of a pet animal' (i.e., 

a delicate animal not able to sustain hardships), 1487. 
péifce, vid. piAfc. 
piAn, /.,pain ; ns., 351; gs., peine, 574; dpi., peAncAib (for piAnuAib), 

371, 400. 
piAfu, /., worm, insect ; npl., péifue, 363. 
pile,/., pile, crowd (?) ; ds., 1552. 
ptÁi§, /., plague ; as., 1032. 
ptÁméAc, m., planet ; as., 688. 
ptAnuAnon, plantation ; ns., 1379. 
plÁf, m., flattery, deceit; gs. (as adj.), plAif, 'deceitful,' 37; [cf. 

fctiift f eAfUA -oo-o pt,Af, Minister Poets, 2nd Ed., p. 90 ; éifte 

ptÁif if nÁfi An jníorh tduiu, Poem by James Fitzgerald on the 

son of the Knight of Glin ; and ní bUvoAft nÁ ptÁf nÁ f Á"óniAt 

bf eug, Im. Oir., 1897, p. 56]. 

M 



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ptáfi, im>-> flour; ns., pLúfi (neAtirÓA), ' manna,' 1231, 1257. 

pobAt, m., people, congregation ; ns., 1251 ; gs., pobAit, 34 ; ds., 

1238 ; as., 1250. 
póifi-ftiocu, m., propagated race ; ds., 105. 
póiu, /., drinking bout ; gs., póiue, 242. 
pone, m., point, jot, note ; gs., ptnnc, 284. 
poftu, m., port, fort, fortress ; ns., (in proper name), 442 ; gs., 

ptnfic, 'fort/ 1182; vs., puifiu, 1473. 
po-fiuAc, tuneful ; ns., 253 ; [from pojiu, tune, dance air], 
pop at), m., act of marrying ; ns., 169. 
pope, m., post, column, buttress ; ns., 895, 1051, 1399. 
PfiÁf , ni., brass ; gs. (as aeZ/.), pfiÁip, ' brazen,' ' hard-necked/ 

1250. 
P|ieAbAi|ie, m., sturdy fellow ; ds., 781'. 
PjieArh, /., root ; ds., pfiéirh, 826 ; npl., pfiéAÚiA, 552. 
pjiéAtÚAT), m., act of planting, propagating ; gs., pfiéAmrA, 582. 
PfiéAtri-ftiiL, /., original race ; ds., 397. 
PjieATh-jlAn, of pure origin ; ns., 253. 
pjiiom-iptAic,/., chief prince ; gpl., 1473. 
P|tiorh-ptnt, /., chief, noble race ; ns., 540 ; ds., 895. 
p^iom-tocc, m., chief fault ; ns., 661. 
Pfioitin,/., dinner, meal ; gs., pfiomne, 1238 ; ds., 1231. 
Pf AtuAifi, /., psalter ; ds., 1435. 
pvunc, vid. pone, 
pmnn, /., point, jot ; jau ptnrm cnópAi^, without any nuts, 146 ; 

[cf. 5111 puinn coijiúe, Marco Polo, § 11]. 
puifii;, vid. pojiu. 
púnuA, m., pound; gpl., púncAoi, 332. 

ftAbA^cA, m., spring-tide, flood ; ds., 83 ; [MSS. fiosbAfiuA]. 

Uaca, m., rake ; ns., 1392. 

UAÓA1-Ó, vid. uéi*óim (uéi£im). 

RACumAf, (MSS.), m., abundance, wealth ; ds., 1492 ; [often written 

fiAcmtif , jiAcmtnf ; c/. uftí-o An fiAcmtnp -oo ^lACAip \\ex>' buAib 

a ft "ocúp, i?e<m na dtri mbó, O. J., 65, p. 78]. 
nAccmuif eAc, vain-glorious, conceited, lit. wealthy ; vsf., 1385. 
UÁT), m., act of saying ; ns., 593, 1249. 
ttAeft, in phr. a ftAeji, last night, 94. 
UÁi-óim, I say ; 3 s. pf., *oo |tÁi-ó, 1586. 



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UÁini5> pf. of, wgunri (fnccitn), I reach, attain ; 1 5., jiÁnA5, 1485 ; 3 5., 
•fiÁini5, 1535, (1 n-) 506, (aji) 922; uac ji. teif, 'that he did not 
happen to, succeed in,' 169 ; indicat. in apodosi, 659. 

tlArmAim, I distribute ; pf. ps., "oo fiAnnAT), 1115. 

TlAobAim, I tear up ; pf. ps., -oo jiAobA-o, 552 ; [rectius fiéAbAirn]. 

TlAoitiriri, (?) gs., 852; [cf. no An uaoo fó^jiÁi-ó flifsit rlim I ^^t 1 
ftif mb fióbÁm fiAOitmn, Eoch. hEoghusa, Zt., II., p. 356]. 

ítAon, m., road, way, path ; ns., 1224; dpi., jtAonAib, 70. 

TlAon-f oIuac, with flowing hair ; gpl., 974. 

tlÁr-A, ra., race ; npl., fiÁf aoi eAc, horse races, 1372. 

R&i, m. } prosperity ; as., 148, 1508. 

TlÁt., m. (/.), fort, fortress, rampart ; ns., 443 ; gs., ua jiáúa, 537 ; 
ds., fiÁiú, 1580 ; dpi., fiÁuAib, 24 ; formerly nent. ; hence varia- 
tion of gender. 

TtAttriAji, prosperous, successful ; ns., 1542. 

ftÁtniAfi, fortified, ramparted ; dsm., 1580. 

Re, prep., to, for, towards, against ; with def. art., fiif An, 1015 ; 
combines with poss. pron., 2 s., jnou, 1313 ; 3 s., jnr, 72, 223, 1453 ; 
'in reference to it,' 753 ; 2 pi., |nb, 1304 ; Z pi., jim, 1338 ; with 
poss. pron., 1 s., fiem, 278, 849, 1075 ; 2 s., jie-o, 1394 ; 1 pi., fie Aft 
(contracted into one syll.), 1111 ; with rel. (pres.), fie a n- (con- 
tracted into one syll.), 956 : (pf. tense) fieji, 1. fte a |to, 737 ; before 
3AÓ, fiif is used, 1311 ; also used after many verbs and nouns, 
etc. ; cf. 16, 35, 130, 140, 221, 237, 406, 425, 427, 463, 494, 498, 
501, 502, 526, 588, 636, 641, 670, 737, 750, 769, 772, 963, 1115, 
1141, 1214, 1224, 1291, 1305, 1416, 1476, 1600 ; [0. I., ^1, gov. 
ace. ; most of recent MSS. change fie of the older MSS. into te]. 

tie, /., time, duration, life ; gs., 788, 1268 ; as., 84, 280, 382. 

Tie, /., moon ; as., 495, 690. 

né r\-, prep., before ; ds., 602, 834 ; with rel., fié m(bío"ó), 174 ; com- 
bines with pers. pron., 1 s., jiorhArn, 754 ; 2 s., fiotViAc, 377, 393 ; 
3 s., fioiTrie (ttiAtii), ' ever before,' 1222 ; 1 pi., fiorhAmn, 293, 390 ; 
[vid. jiiA n-, and fioirh]. 

tté (?), 739 ; vid. T>Arh \\é. 

TléAbAc, m., torn cloth, rag; ds., 356. 

TleAcc, ra., right, law ; gs., -peACUA, 1268, 1307, 1503. 

íléAr), ra., thing; ns., 755, (jiaot), MS.), 576. 

tléAtx, /., star; ns., 70 ; as., jiéAluAmn (jtéAtuAm MSS.), 690; n. 
dual. fiéAÍUAmn, 1079. 



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neAtriA]i, plump, thick, luxuriant; ns., 91, 1421. 

tleArm,/., star ; gpl., 502. 

íléAfún, m., reason; npl., fieAfuin, 1279. 

tleic, /., act of retailing, recounting ; ds., -jieic An fcéiL, 504. 

tléix>, smooth, level, even, ready ; ns. (pÁ), 526, 1236 : gpl., 974 ; 

comp. sup., fiéi*óe (urn), 739, 1441 ; adv., 50 ftéix), 'quietly,' 84, 

1583 ; [jiéix), gl. f ofiAi-o, Antra Coluim Cille]. 
fléi-ó, /., plain ; grs., jiéi-óe, 593. 

Uéi"óe, /., evenness, readiness, liberality ; ns., 762; ds., 586. 
néi"óim, I make smooth, easy, I settle; 2 s.fut., fiei-opift, 393 ; ?w., 

Héi"óueAc ; <7§., fiéi*óui5, 1221 ; ds., 388, 568. 
néix>-5lAri, smooth and pure, clear ; dsm., 318. 
Réni)-teACA, /., smooth cheek (of slope of mountain) ; as. after pass,, 

-teACAin, 350. 
tléim, /., course, career ; gs., jiéime, 131 ; jiéim ^ |iío5(|iat)), series 

of kings ; gs., 105 ; ds., 893, 1524. 
Hem, vid. fie. 

Ueo-ó, m., frost ; gs. (as adj.), jieoiT), 319, 350 ; dpi., fieo-ÓAib, 166. 
tlí, m., king ; gs., jtioj, 32 J, 397, 1083 ; ds., ^15, 221: gpZ., ju'05, 105, 

575, 1528 ; apl. (for wpJ.), t^oJA, 1415 ; dpi, jtioJAib, 222, 889. 
ftiA n-, before, -oeir-um jiia n-oji., 1241, vid. |ie n-. 
tliAOAc, gray, swarthy ; gpl, 1304. 
RiAJAt,/., rule; f/s^fiiA^tA, 1268; [c/. W. and -oo jiéifi jhajía, S. G., 

p. 24.] 
THAtri, ever (before) ; tii— fiiArii, never, 336, 611, 619, 641, 803, 1222, 

1348, 1392. 
iliAji,/., wish, service; ns. , 1410. 

TtiAfiAc, complaisant, submissive ; ns., 778, (t)o), 928, 1236. 
rHAjiA-ó, m., act of complying with, serving; ns., 1307; gs., jiiAfitA, 220. 
RiAf c, m., moor ; iw., 446 ; dpi., |HAp caio, 24. 
m-oi|te, m., knight ; res., 1391, 1542. 
tli^-feAji, #z., kingly man; gs., -fift, 653 ; ds., 928. 
nigm, stiff, slow ; gpl., 319. 

níjleAn(n), MSS., 893, for fiiojfiAT) (?) g.v. or pi ajíau. 
rLi'5-tior-, m., royal fort, castle ; #s., -tip, 1492. 
UijneAf, m., stiffness, slowness ; ds., 762, 1583. 
Umn,/., point, promontory ; ws. (in proper name), 498 ; as., ftirm mo 

•óeAfic, ' acies oculorum,' 1491. 
mocu, m., shape, condition; ds., 1562, 1582. 



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nío^Acu, f., kingdom ; gs., ftíojAcuA, 1107. 

RíosÁti, /*., queen ; g-., ftíojnA, 1083 ; gpl., 1554 ; the MSS. may 

read fiún ua -[tío^An, 727. 
RioJ-OA, royal, kingly ; ds.. 838. 
UÍ05-5|1U5, #*., loyal castle ; ds., 1500. 
nío^jiAc, royal, kingly ; ns., 778. 
ílíojtixvó,/. {collect.), kings ; efcí., ju'osftAi-ó, 576, 922, 1288 ; gpl., 489, 

727, w'd. t^íoJAn, 730, 860, 893 [so probably, for MSS., jiígleAti 

(n)], 1107, 1524. 
ftiotiorm (?), |(ún r\& fiiolionn, 715; is this the same word as 

fiAoitmn, q. v., or is it a mistake for juo^lAnn (jii^teArm, q.v.) > 

or jiío5|tA"ó ? 
Ríotfi, m., act of enumerating, recounting ; ns., 118, 1398; ds., 755. 
KiorriAX), m., act of enumerating, recounting ; ds., 639. 
RiomAim, I enumerate, recount, 1582. 

Riot (jilt), /;z., act of running, course ; ns., 502 ; ds., |tiú, 1598. 
Ró (?), nó a b|?ninn, 'too much of their desire,' 'a very great 

desire '(?), 1281. 
RocuAin, /. , act of reaching, attaining ; ds., 484 ; [vn. of jtoicim.] 
Ró-cuiftim, I put firmly, violently; 3 s. pf., -oo -|to-cuiji, 125. 
R<ro, m., road, way ; ns., 314, 1222, 1225 ; gpl., 860. 
Ro-xjoit^e, comp. sup. of |tó-x>oili5, very grievous, 1328. 
í!ó-p.<yo.d, very long, too long ; ns., 35. 
R054,/., choice, best (of) ; ns., 275, 653, 1204 ; as., 715, 
Roi-b»Acu, very exact, perfect; adv., $0 fi., 14. 
Rói-x>e.<v|ic, /., large eye ; npl., --oeAftcA, 100. 
Roijne, /., choice, best (of); as., 1054; [P. O'Connell takes 

-jioi^ne as pi. of fioJA, ft 5 Ar, > ^ u ^ ^ must be a sing. 

noun, e.g. Fergal óg Mac an Bháird calls the wife of 

Cuchonnacht Mac Uidhir, fioigrie ó^bAn ^Aoi-óet ngjiéc] 
R01TÚ, prep, (asp.), before, 901, 929, 1326 ; [older, fté n- q.v.] 
Róirri, /., grave; ds., 357; [originally the same word as noim, 

Rome. In a poem ascribed to Colmcille, we find, &\\&, \\o\m tia 

n-Aitit|iAc, Gaelic Soc, p. 182 ; Aengus Céile Dé calls Glendaloch, 
. ftuAm lAfiuh-Aiji becliA, Prol. Fél., 195 ; and in these poems 

Cathair is called Rout) r\& jcIiaji, 1179. Mr. Jos. Lloyd informs 

me that fioim-citi is still used in Co. Armagh in the sense of 

'churchyard']. 
Rotme, vid.f fié n-. 



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Uoirm,/., share, portion ; ns., 1232 ; ds., 1284. 

tlói-fuú, m., violent, excessive running ; ds., 119. 

nói-|ticin, very stiff, severe; ns., 988 [cf. jucin, O'H.] 

Róip-teACA, /., rosy-hued cheek ; ns., 95. 

TlottA, m., roll, document ; ns., 46; [cf. pof a bpeAjioirm jv\ bpolA : 

uu5f um cjiÁt f a ufeAtijiottA, Zz. II., p. 357.] 
tlorriAm, fioriiAU, mc£. fié n-. 
tlo-m-T>oiriieAfc, 3 s. pf. of T>oiirieAr-cAim, I coufuse, confound, with 

m infixed pron. of 1st pers. ; • has confounded me,' 1076. 
Uón, m., seal; gs., fióm, 320. 

ílón, m. 9 hair, horsehair, sackcloth ; gs., fióm, 335. 
Tlóf, m.. rose ; gs., jióif, 309. 
ftorc, m., eye ; ws., 197, 966; ds., 185. 
Ho-r-pt, 3 s. pf. of fitim, I shed tears, bewail, with f the infixed 

pron. of 3rd pers. ; ' has bewailed him,' 1063. 
Uo-f-cAoc, 3 s. pf. of cvncwi, with f infixed pron. of 3rd pers. ; 1027. 

1103. 
rttiAT), red ; tTlvjiji Uuax), Red Sea, 1221, 1255 ; gsm., fuiAiT>, 349. 
RuA*ó-5Aot, /., violent mind; ds., -Jaoic, 380. 
UUA5 (1HIA15)./.. 'routing' (enemy); ns., 11UA15, 639; 'incursion/ 

gpl., 739 ; ' hasty course,' ds., fiuA-i^, 453 ; 'defeat,' c£s., 1357. 
rtuAjAT), m., act of expelling ; w«s., 1503 ; ds., 1379, 1422. 
UuAsniAfi, routing, victorious ; ns., 1391. 
TluACAfi, on., attack, rush ; ns., 1455. 
UuAmin, m., a fine hair ; ds., 320. 

RuAifteAc, deceitful, false; vsf., 1385; [c/. juia}iac, liar, O'li.] 
ÍIU5, vie?. beijiim. 

rttufie, ??*., lord; (is., 761 ; [gs., |iui|\eAc, W.] 
Uuti, on., secret (love, friend) ; ns., 727. 

'S = ip, g. v. 

Sa, emph. part, after broad vowel ; vid. ye. 

Sa, 1. fo, this, 1120. 

'Sa, 1. if a, 398. 

SACfAib, dpi, in phr. ó S., from the Saxons, from England, 1390. 

Sajajiu, m., priest; npl, fA$Ai|tc, 217 ; gpl., 466. 

SAiX)b|ieAf, m., riches, wealth; da., 1260. 

SAignéAn, on., lightning; npl, f AijTiéni, ' flashes of lightning, 694. 

SÁite,/., salt-water, sea; ds., 535, 840, 1001. 



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SÁmVcedpc, pleasantly correct ; ds., 418. 

SÁip-éeApu, /., important question; gpl., 517. 

SÁip-piAt-triAc, m., very generous child ; ns. , 1468. 

SÁip-p lop, m. 9 accurate information ; as., 657, [An pÁifnp, MSS.J 

SÁifi-jiiot, m., great, violent race ; ds., 453. 

SÁip-ptiocu, m., noble race ; ds., 38. 

SÁt, neut,, sea ; ds., (rest), uaji pÁil, 'beyond the sea/ * foreign,' 

41 ; as., uaji pÁt (motion) ' across the sea/ 1143. 
SÁtAp, m.fíor pÁiteAp, salt-water, sea- water, O'JR. (?) ; cftAnn pÁÍAip, 
532, may equal cfiAnn mAjtA, a mast. The variants, eACfiuim, 
Ac Aft An, are also obscure. CpAnn pÁtAip can hardly be for 
CftAnn p Aiti^e (with a short), willow or sallow tree, but sallow 
was much used in the manufacture of wooden utensils and 
receptacles, 
SAtriAit./., likeness ; ns., 879, 939. 
SAthAitu, /., ghost, apparition ; as., 1469. 
SÁtfi-JAfUA, pleasant and sprightly ; ds., 865. 
'SAti, i. in fAn, vid. 1 n-. 
SAuncAc, covetous, miserly ; vsm., p AntrcAig, 1566 ; vsf. (as noun), 

1381. 
Saoo, silly, perverse ; adv., 50 p ., 957. 
SAobA*ó, m.. act of perverting, deranging ; ns., 1506. 
SAobAim, I derange, iufatuate ; p/.ps., r-AobAX), 558. 
SAobvux), silly, perverse ; ns., 550. 
Sao^aI, m., life, age, century, world ; ns., 285 ; gs., pAoJAit, 295, 

1446 ; ds., 298 ; as., 1486 ; vs., pAOJAil, 1566. 
SAojtAc, long-lived, living ; ns., 277. 

SA01, m., sage, savant, nobleman ; ns., 245, 269, 517, 1445 ; gpl., f aoi, 
1187; fAOite, 739 ; puA-o, 739 ; dpi., pAoitib, 16, 569, 657, 1476 ; 
ruA-oAib, 789. 
SAOiT>eAcc, /., learning; gs., pAoi-oeAcuA, 1539. 
SAoiteAc, thoughtful ; ns., 774. 
SAoitim, I think ; 1 s. pf., -00 pAOiteAp, 1480 ; pr. ps., pAoilueAfi, 

1391, vid. píLim, fiolAim. 
SAoip-peAp, m., nobleman, freeman ; ns., 525 ; gpl., 1148. 
SAoip-lior, m., free fort, noble castle ; gs., -tip, 1540. 
SAotte,/., swarm ; ns., 1014. 

SAop, noble, free ; ns. (as noun), 461 ; npl. (as noun), 923 ; dpi., 
pAojtA, 1446; comp.sup., pAOi|ie, 910. 



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Saoji, m., artificer, Creator ; gs., SAOifi, 613. 

SAOftAim, I free, liberate, save; 3 s. pf., t)o fv\ojt (aji), 1459; 3.& 

fut., jwofipAi-o, 391 ; vn., fAOjiAT), 1459, (aji) 400. 
SAOfi-Aicrne, f, free tribe, noble race ; ns., 5(Jo. 
SAOfi-bfiAu, m., noble cloak ; w-s., 354. 
SAO|i-b|ttJ5, m., noble castle ; ns., 1571. 
SAOfi-gtAn, nobly pure; ns., 63, 1539. 
SAOft-feipeA|i, m., noble (company of) six; ns., 583. 
Saoú, m., pain, sorrow ; ns., 191. 
Saouaji, m., work, labour, toil ; c?s., 1237 ; as., 374. 
SÁfi-bfioiT), /., durance vile ; ds., 497. 
SÁ|t-cA0in, very gentle ; vsf., 973. 
SÁf, m., engine, means; ns., f\Áf "ootn *óí-oeAn, 'means to protect 

me, 5 1591. 
SÁf at), m., act of satisfying ; ns., 1238. 
SÁfArh, 1. fÁfAX), {q.v.) ; as., 269. 

ScÁmue, p.p., scattered, 48 ; [cf. bi a ciAbpolr j?iorm $eAt lei 50 
ti-úifi, I 50 f^ÁinneAc, fonnf ac néAtrifiAc, /m. Oir., 1898, p. 81]. 
ScAipeAc, scattering, distributing, liberal ; ns., 780. 
ScAipim, I scatter, distribute ; 3 s. pf., *oo fCAip, 846. 
ScAitim, 1 lop, cut off; 3 s. pf., t>o fCAiú, 1325. 
ScAit-rheAf«, sharp and nimble, pulling the harp-strings quickly ; 

ns., 271. 
ScÁiL, /., shadow ; ns., 516 ; gs., pcÁite, 1325. 
ScAOileAT), m., act of loosening, dispersing, solving ; ds., 46, 638 ; 

ace. resp., 1577. 
ScA0itim, I loosen, disperse; 2 s. pr., fCAoilifi, 542; 3 s. pf, -do 

■pcAoit, 469; pf.ps., -oo -pcAOiteAX), 558. 
ScAOitreAc, dispersing, bountiful ; ns., 780; 'dispersed,' 1180. 
ScAoitjie, /., swarm, tribe ; ns., 545, 547 ; [fCAOJt-fie seems to be for 
rcAoitfieA-o, a collective noun from fCAoit, swarm, multitude, 
Coneys; cf. fiiic|te*o and fjitntftex), 'a collection of venerable 
persons,' Saltair na Rann\. 
ScAjiA-ó, m., act of separating from (jie) ; ns., 1600. 
ScÁt, m., shade, protection ; ds., Aft t>o fCÁc, 'protecting thee,' 551 ; 
' to save thee,' 605 ; Afi f các, ' by the protection of,' 914 ; ' under 
pretext,' 1213 ; ^ati f cÁt, ' without pretence,' 584. 
ScéAt, m., story, tidings ; ns., 297, 962, 976 ; pceol, 638 ; gs., fcéit, 
504 ; f ceoit. 348 ; ds., fceol, 33 ; as., 1423. 



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SceimLe.dc (pron. here pcíleAc), attacking, daring ; ns., 777. 

Scéiú, vid. fciAc. 

Sciatti (pcéirh), /., beauty; ns., pcéirri, 300, 1135; ds., pcéirh, 73, 515 ; 

as., fcéirh, 322. 
Sciattiac, beautiful ; as (as noun), 1303. 
Sciau, /., shield ; ns., 466, (aji) 1091 ; ds., f cere, 77, 98 ; ns. (for as.), 

844. 
Scif , /., weariness ; gs., f cif e, 741 ; ds., 584. 
Scoit, /., vid. rcot. 

Scoilnm, I cleave ; 3 s. pf, -oo fcoitu, 608. 
Scoifiim, I cease ; 3 s. pf, *oo fcoifi, 741. 
Scot, /., school; ns., 151 ; pcoiL, 469; gs., r-coite, 752. 
ScoIac, patronizing schools ; ns., 777. 

Scojt, m., stud of horses, troop (of cavalry) ; ns., 1557 ; fjpl., 740. 
Scojiac, possessed of studs of horses ; ns., 777. 
Scou, m., much, 3 H. ; a joint collection for a feast (?), Coneys; 

ds., 1474. 
Scoc, /. flower; ns., 735, 895; [m., O'R., cf. 934;/., Coneys; cf. 

as., fcouh chojic^A, Feb., p. xxxii.]. 
Scjiibe, vid. r-cfiiob. 
ScjiibeAnn, m., writing, letter, document ; vs., pqtibinn, 9 ; gpl., 

817; but mostly fern., as. (as ns.) fcftibinn, 485; gs., fcjubne, 

752 ; vs., fcftibeAnn, 32. 
Sc-piob, /., limit, CPU. ; ace. resp., 97; gs., r-cftibe, 'course,' 1597. 
Scftú-oA-ó, m., act of examining ; ds., 1548. 
Se, emph. suffix (after slender vowel) ; with prep, pron., 37, etc. ; 

poss. pron., 656, etc. ; after broad vowel, f a, 83, etc. 
Sé, six, 1345. 
Sé, he, it, 769, etc. 
SeAbAC, m., hawk ; ns., 739. 
SeAc, prep, (not infecting), beyond, besides, (ua|\ is used similarly) ; 

f eAc jeAlbAn {at. uaji), 80 ; r eAc aji teA^A-ó {cf. caji a rro., 619), 

611 ; adv., 1334; as noun in phr. -pÁ r-eAc, separately, individu- 
ally, 609, 846. 
SeAcnA-ó, m., act of avoiding; ds., 1471. 

SeAcnAim, I avoid; 1 s.pr., 1427 ; 3 s. pr. end., nAc feAcnAnn, 1443. 
SeAcu n-, seven; -peAcu bpiciT), seven score one hundred and forty, 

1345. 
SeAccniAin,/., week; ds., 425. 



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SeAT>, m., attention, esteem (?) ; as., 1192. 

Sóat), /., property, treasure, jewel ; gs., reoix>e, 842 ; npl., r éA"OA, 

286 ; gpl., réA*o, 742 ; dpi., réA-OAib, 654 ; f eot)Aib, 220, 1446 ; 

[m., Coneys, T. Sh., but gsf., f eoix)e, T. Sh., 290, 1]. 
SeAJAnn, stately; gs., feA^umn, 276; >ip2. (agreeing with collect.), 

réAJAinn, 582 ; (al. fAojonn). 
SéAJAncA, stately ; vsf., 973 ; (al. r AoijAnuA). 
SeAt, m., while ; ace. dur., 379. 
SeAÍA-o, m., while ; ace. dur., 1451, 1593. 
SeAtb, /., possession; as., 1532. 

SeAlbugxVÓ, m., act of possessing ; gs., reAtbtnjte, 1175. 
SeAt^,/., hunting, chase; gs., reit^e, 745. 
SeAn, old, ancient ; gpl., 1187. 
SeAn, emph. pers. pron., 3 s. ; mAfi reAn, 1175. 
SéAn, m., prosperity, happiness ; gs., r ém, 1260. 
SeAnA-ó, m., act of growing old ; ds., 1468. 
SeAn-OA, ancient ; vsm., 1521 ; comp. sup., 5. 
SeAn-T>Aiji,/., ancient oak ; ns., 1059. 
SeAn-x>uine, m., old person, old man ; ds., 1436. 
SeAng, thin, slender, graceful ; vsf., 960. 
SeAn^-Siuiji,/., slender, graceful Siuir ; gs., -Siuifie, 1102. 
SeAn-riiÁtAi|i, /., ancestress; ns., 1176. 
SéAn-fiAnn, /., prosperous division ; ds., -fiomn, 1016. 
SeAftc, /., love; ns., 1445 ; gs., reijtce, 1121. 
SeAjiCATTiAit, loving, amiable ; ds., 418 ; as., 1138. 
SeAfic-tnúÚAc, love-envious, exciting envious love; ns., 63. 
SeAji^, withered, dried up; ns., 78. 
SeAf Am, m., act of standing, supporting, defending ; gs., reAf Aim 718 ; 

ds., 463, 1451, 1464, 1484. 
SeAf ttiac, stable, firm ; ns., 1571. 

Séi-oeA-ó, m., act of Lowing, blast ; ns., 553 ; [MS. réi-oi f.J. 
Séiíh, mild, gentle, smooth ; vsf., 973 ; comp. sup., r-éirhe, 101. 
Séim-^uibín, m., gentle little mouth ; gs., 110. 
SéiTTiix>e, mild, gentle; ns., 4 ; [c/. G. J., 73, p. 11]. 
Séim-tnoij, /., delicate foot ; dpi., -tfioi5cib, 314, 
SemeArcAt, m., seneschal ; ds., 917. 

Semm, m., act of playing (music) ; ds., -oÁ feinm, 'being played,' 252. 
Seinmm, I play (music, instrument) ; rel.pres., f emneAr, 282, (aji) 270 ; 

pr.ps., remnueAfi, 245. 



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Sem-uftiocr, m., ancient race; gs., -cfteAcuA, 989. 

Self, /., strain (of music) ; as., 74. 

Séif -binn, of harmonious strains ; ds., 252. 

Seife, m., companion, darling; ns., 1096; [c/. T. Sh. and Zt., II., 

p. 360], 
Self eAc, musical, harmonious ; adv., 50 f ., 107. 
SeiffeAc, /., plough, team of six horses ; ds., feiffi§, 1237. 
Séitf eAc, noisy, powerful ; ns., 553 ; [cf. f i f eiuf ech. ' a potent king,' 

O'Don., F. M., anno, 901, p. 562]. 
Seo (used after slender desinence) ; 1. fo, this, 55, 448, etc. 
Seoit-beArm, /., sail-frequented peak ; dpi., -beAnnAib, 122. 
Seot, m., direction, guidance ; as., 1367. 
SeolAÓ, m., act of directing ; ns., GO : ds., 217. 
Seot Aim, I direct, iiccompany (on musical instrument) ; ret. pr. 9 

f» eolAf, 107. 
Seot-jtiú, m., guiding, accompanying voice ; ds., 110. 
SeotcA, spruce, neat, trim ; gpl., feotcA, 213. 
SeomfA, m., chamber, room; ds., 218. 
Si, pers. pron. 3 sf., she, 368, etc. 
S1A, comp. sup., longer, 1315. 

SiAbAf, ghastly ; adv., 50 fiAOAf, (MSS., fiAbfA-o) 1148. 
SiAb|iA, m., spirit, ghastly spectre; ds., 1568. 
Siat>, pers. pron. 3 pi., they ; uÁi*o fiA*o, 1179. 
SiAnf a, m., pleasure, melody, harmony ; ns., 271 ; [seems neuter, 

fiAtifA fc. -ouifim -ore, but the eclipsis may come from the 

variant fCAiú-méAf , gpl.~\. 
SiAf , adv., backward, westward. 31, 877. 
Sí-ó,/., fairy mansion; ns., 434; gs., as adj.. fi-oe, 111. 
Sit, vid. fiot ; fitim. 
Sitim, I shed (tears), bewail; 3 s. pf. {with infixed pron. 3 s.), fo-f- 

f it, bewailed him, 1063. 
Sitim, I think, 2 s. imperat., fit, 957 ; vid. f Aoitim, f iotAim. 
Sin, dem., that; after art. An — fin, 658, etc., after poss. pron., istius, 

illius, 658; as dem. pron., 76, 629, 1165, 1247, 1361, 1564; 

[mostly written f Am, f 01 n, after broad desinence.] 
Sin(e), vid. fion. 

SíneA-ó, on., act of stretching, extend ; as., 41. 
Sirnm, I stretch, extend ; 1 s. pr., ' attempt,' 1598 ; 3 s. imp/., x>o 

-pineAX) (or vn. ds.'i), 830; 3s. pf., x>o fin, 'exaggerated,' 



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'increased,' 1196 ; 3 s. cond., m finfeAo, would not attempt to 

go, 870 ; *oo f ínj:e.<vó, ' would extend,' 905 ; part, necess., f ince, 

' to be given ' (to them to suck), 1338. 
Smn, per s.pr on. 1 pi., we, us, 277 ; emphatic, fmn-ne, 1114 ; ace, firm, 

402 ; referring to one person, 951. 
Sinf ex\fi, m., ancestor ; gpl., 907 ; dpi., -Aib, 648. 
Sínue, vid. finim. 
Siox),/., fairy ; vs., 960 ; MSS. read fi-o-beAn, but the metre demands 

a monosyllable making Amur- with gniorh ; I suggest fiox> used 

personally ; vid. f í*ó. 
Sío*oa, m., silk ; as., 842. 
Sío-ÓAix)e, ra., fairy ; ns., 253. 
Sío5*oa, fairy, ds., 866. 
Siot, m., seed, progeny; ns., 225, 226, 230, 561, 580, 1184 ; gs., fit, 

106, 234 ; ds., 1188, 1526 ; [its old neat. gend. is seen in eel., 225, 

226, 230.] 
SiotAim, 1. f ilim (q.v.), I think ; 2 s. cond., x>o f íolfÁ, 846. 
SiollAife, m., articulator, carper; ns., 281. 
Siolf at>, m., generation, progeny ; as., 908 ; ds., 588, 1287. 
Sion,/., weather, fair weather ; gs., fine, 689, 878, 1506 ; ds., fin, 143. 
Siof-cuft, ra., act of continually putting ; ds., 517. 
Síof-jtóift, /., perpetual, eternal glory; ace. reap., 372. 
SíofÚAm, vn. /., act of enquiring, seeking; ns., 1024. 
Siof -501, m., continuous weeping ; ds., 183. 
Siof, downwards, down (motion); 293, 877, 1342. 
Siot,/., peace ; gs., fite (often used as adj.), 276, 718, 815, 1213 ; in 

1568 perhaps for f ix>e, ' fairy.' 
Sif im, I seek ; 1 s. pf., -oo f if eAf , 448 ; 3 s. pr., X)o f if , 1213. 
Sife, emph. pers. pron., 3 sf., she ; 985. 
Site, vid. f iot. 

SiteAc, peaceful; vsm., fitij, 1521. 
Sit-teAcc, m., peaceful monument, edifice ; gpl., 1576 ; [at. 

pitfleAf fiotftAcu; perhaps for fix> -teAcu, fairy monument; 

vid. f iot]. 
SiubAt, m., act of moving, journeying ; ds., 426. 
SiublAc, moving, stirring ; ns., 282. 
Siu-o, dem. pron., 'Me,' that, you; ns., 1177 ; used with poss. pron., 

A . . . fiu-o, ' illius,' his, 904 ; vid. fúx>. 
SIacc, ra., good appearance, neatness ; ns., 203. 



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StÁn, adj., healthy ; ns., 60, 1433. 

SlÁn, noun, (1) salutation, welfare, 13, et sqq. ; mo -plÁn, 17 ; (2) chal- 
lenge, provocation, 139d. 

StÁrmii;im, I restore, cure ; 2 s. imperat., r-LÁntn^, 1460. 

SLaot>, /., layer, a smooth sweeping mass ; ace. resp., r-LAoi"0, 101 ; 
[c/. bi a ciAbpotu . . 'tiA f Iaot>a 30 -péAfi téi, /m. Oir, 1898, 
p. 81 ; mo cui*o fotA x>Á "Oojiua-o 'íia /ptAOT)Aib, i&id., p. 79 ; and 
bi a 5J1UA15 te f^Aoitue f iof via p t,AOT)Aib, (7., 153 ; and flAou, 
1. fleAmAm, O'Z^av.]. 

SIao-oac, in layers, floating, sweeping (of hair) ; ns., 67. 

Si ac, /., rod, scion ; ns., 260. 

StAU-cut, m., long lock of hair (on back of head) ; gs., -cuil, 73. 

SteAcc(A), vid. ftiocu. 

SteAfAib, vid. ftiof . 

StiAb, mountain, 437, et sqq. ; gs., fbéibe, 350, 396 ; ds., ftéib, 621 ; 
as., (aji) ftiAb, 429, 500; npl., ftéibce, 440, 707, 1223; [the old 
neut. gend. appears in eel., Stidb ^cjtou, 438]. 

Slige, /., way, road ; gs., 1223. 

Sli^teAc, wily, artful ; ns., 282. 

Sliocc, (fleAcc), m., posterity, tribe ; ns., 227 ; f teAcu, 1138 ; gs., 
f teAccA, 645 ; ds., 1378 ; as., 1528. 

Stiof, m., side, seat (O'R.) ; dpi., p leAfAib, 1552. 

SIÓ5, vid. -pttiA^. 

StÚA5-mui|ieA'|i, m., warlike, hosting family; gpl., 903. 

SttiAg, m., army, host; ns., 977; gs., pttiAij, 1086 ; ds., 295; ftó^, 
305 ; npl., rUiAij, 232, 618 ; gpl., 621, 1330 ; r^Ó5> 289, 860 ; 
dpi., fttiA^Aib, 1443. 

SLuAJ-f iot, m., numerous progeny ; as., 321, 

StuAf a*o, /., shovel ; ns., 1392. 

Smót, m., thrush; gs., fmóit, 343. 

SmólAc, m., thrush ; gpl., 167. 

Smót-mAÍA, /., thrush-coloured brow ; ns., 97. 

SmtiAimm, I think, reflect; 2 s. imperat., fmuAm (Afi), 385 ; cum. ace, 
1456 ; 3 s.pr. end., (lengthened form) mÁ r-muAimjeAnn (Aft), 367. 

SriAi-ómeAc, voluted, bayed (lit. knotted) ; ns., 1496. 

SnAf ua, neat, elegant, ornamented ; ns., 1496. 

SneAcuA, Til., snow ; ns., 1308 ; as., 1463. 

Sniom, m., act of spinning ; ace. resp., 102. 

SniomtA, twined, involved ; npl., 887 ; dpi., 789. 



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Snó'ó, vid. -pntJAT). 

Snó-ó-cAitce, white-hued, marble-coloured ; npl., 102. 

Snó-ó-'óub, dark-hued ; ns., 97. 

SnvjAX), (rnó"ó), m., colour, hue, appearance, countenance; ns., 1136; 

ds., 318 ; as. (after ^ati), 1172 ; ynóx>, 306 ; ace. resp., rnóx), 297. 
SnuA-ó-jnAOi, /., complexion ; ds., 309. 
So, dem. pron., this ; ns., 558, 809 ; used after prep, pron., -jnu ro, 1338, 

etc. ; after prep., A5 ro, here is, behold here ! 666, 667, 66S, 1058. 

1337 ; with def. art. (to express dem. adj.), r»A réA*OA ro, 286, etc.; 

written -pe, reo, after slender desinence. 
Socaiji, secure, fixed, calm ; ns., 825. 
Socttia, meek, gentle ; ns., 525. 
SocfiAc, quite, tranquil; ns., 1102. 
Socu, m., silence ; ds., 'tia f ., ' silent,' 168. 
S05, m., pleasure ; ns., 364, 1261 ; gs., róij, 330. 
S05AC, pleasant, at ease ; adv., 50 r., 379. 
SoineAnuA, calm, well-tempered ; ns., 815 ; ds., 722. 
SoifibeAr, m., calmness, fair weather; ns. 9 689. 
SóireAfi, m., younger son, cadet ; gs., fóififi, 132. 
SótÁr, m., consolation, comfort ; ds., 1114. 
SoLáúaji, m., provision, commissariat ; gs., rotÁtAi-|i, 1086. 
Son, only in phr., Ay y on, ' for the sake of,' ' on account of,' cum gen., 

1325, 1329, 1333 ; Ay ron beit, 1321. 
Sonn, adv., here, 1303. 
SojiAi-ó, happy, prosperous, 27 ; [cf. yei-6, gl. ronAi-o, Amra Coluim 

Cille]. 
Sójiu, m., sort, kind ; ds., 138, 1546 ; as., 843 ; npl., róijic, 307 ; dpi., 

rórxAib, 104. 
SpAi|mn, /., act of contending, struggling; ns., 766; gs., cnArh 

rpAi|mne, ' bone of contention,' 1572 ; ds., 1155. 
SpAjiÁil, /., act of sparing ; ds. (Ay), 864. 
SpeAÍAim, I mow, shed, let fall ; pf.ps, "oo ppeAtA-o, 1421 ; p. part., 

rpeAtuA ; ds., 'ha auac yp., ' a mown path,' 1500; [cf., T. Sh. 

Vocabulary.] 
SpéAfi,/., sky, heaven ; as., rpéifi, 1462. 

Spéif, /., fondness, attachment, conceit ; ns., 348, 355 ; ds., 294. 
Spvoim, I spite; 3 s. pf., *oo rpi-o X)ia, 1318. 
SpíonA-ó, m., act of stirring up, ransacking ; 845. 
SpíortiA-ó, spices ; ds., 864. 



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Spoji, m., spur ; npl., fpui|i, 920. 

Spófiu, m., sport, fun, pleasure ; gs., f póifiu, 308 ; ds., 1546 ; as., 521 

Spfié(i-ó), /., cattle ; ns., rpfié (cnmc), 328 ; apl., rpfiéi-óe, 841. 

SftÁi-o, /., street ; dpi., &\\ f fiÁi*oib, ' in the streets,' 479. 

Sfi-Aoitexvó, m., act of tearing to pieces ; ds., 1572 ; al., pfiAoiVleA-ó. 

SjiAoineAé, defeating, victorious ; gpl., 903. 

SfieAÚ-ltibAc, in plaited rows ; ns., 67. 

SfiiAnAc, bound with ribbons, fillets; gpl., 1235. 

Sjiótt, m., satin, silk; gs., -pjtóitt, 303, 353 ; as., 842. 

Sftolt-cutAi-o, /., dress of satin ; ds., 127. 

Sftott-uoji, m., silken tower {i.e., tower worked on silk) ; npl., -uuift, 103. 

Sftón, /., nose ; ns., 884 ; ds., f ftóin, 50, 347. 

Sfiuú, /., stream ; ns., 433, 450 ; ds. (of music), 248. 

Suat>, m., stop, interruption, (aji) ; ns., 833. 

Suait>, /., state, condition ; as., 419. 

SuÁu, m., state, government; gs., fuÁiu, 51, 1279, 

SuéAt), /., steed; apl., fuéAT)A, 841 ; dpi., fuéA"OAib, 654. 

Suit, /., style, title ; ds., 725. 

Suíofióip, /., stirrup ; ds., 923. 

Suiinji, /., rudder ; n. dual, 1080. 

Sum-fi, m., act of steering ; ds., 1279. 

Suófi, m., store, treasure ; gs., f uóifi, 332 ; as., 374. 

SufiiAm.de, /., 1. fUfiiopAc (?), harlot; vs., 1392. 

Suju'ocat), m., act of humbling, lowering one's self ; 5 An rufi., ' without 

disgrace, 923 ; [cf. ÓAiúpeAX) An tleAfiu *oon CeAjtu ro rujiíocA'ó, 

C, 1. 125]. 
Su|tó"ó, m., conceit, extravagance ; ns., 304. 
Suuacac, frivolous, conceited; vsf., 1393. 
SUUA3, m., arch ; ns., 1099. 
SuuA3-bfiu5, m., arched castle ; ds., 1416. 
SuuAim, /., ingenuity, wiles ; ds., 949, 972. 

SUA*Ó(Alb), Vld. fAOL 

SuA-ó--ptAiú, /., wise, learned prince ; gpl., 1367. 
StJAicniT>, well-known, notorious ; vsf., 1381. 
SuAimneAC, quiet, comfortable ; ns., 1361. 
StjAitriniJeAc, quiet, comfortable ; adv., 30 p ., 379. 
SuAiftc, agreeable, pleasant; ns., 4, (1 n-) 789; vsf., 973. 
SuAificeAf , m., agreeableness, graciousness ; ns., 1420 ; ds., 1389 ; 
as., 490. 



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SuAific-rriin, gracious and fine, delicate ; ns., 297. 

SuAn, m., rest, sleep ; ns., 1431 ; gs., f uAm, 970. 

Suajiac, trivial, worthless ; gs., fUAfiAi5, 1446 ; comp. sup., r- uAjiAii;e, 

345. 
SuAp, upwards, (motion) up, 290, 633, 908. 
Suacat), m., act of kneading, rubbing ; ds., 1396. 
SubAitce, /., virtue ; as., 1330. 
SubAitceA-p, m., pleasantness ; ns., 758. 
Sut), dem. pron. (after broad desinence), that, yon ; after poss. pron., 

927, 1308 ; after prep., 430 ; vid. pitro, ú"o. 
Suj, w., milk (Zi£. juice) ; tis., 1338. 
Suit (1),/., hope, expectation ; ns. (fie), 1141 ; as., 1137. 
Suit (2), /., eye ; as., 598 ; gpl., put, 830, 968, 1296. 
Suitbifi, cheerful ; ns., 774 ; dsf., 878. 

Sunn, /., care, respect (1 n-) ; ns., 520 ; ds., 907 ; as., 1059, 1315. 
StnfijeAc, courteous, loving; ns., 774; cZs/., ftuftsiji 878; [>/. 

f uifijeAc tTlAncAig te mAC fií^, 'verliebt,' Zt., II, p. 341 ; An ptuA^ 

ftufijeAc, 'the stately host,' O'Don., F. M., anno, 1063]. 
Sut, conj., before ; -put -oo connApic, 1486. 
Sut, vid. -puit. 
Sut-gtAp, eye-gray, gray-eyed ; ns., 910. 

C, of the def. art., appears before masc. nouns beg. with a vowel, in ns. 
and as., 737, 845, etc. ; before nouns beginning with f (asp.) in nsf., 
gsm., dsmf., 396, 426, etc. By analogy, u is inserted here almost 
invariably when f follows a word ending in n, 973, etc. 

C', i. -oo, thy (before a vowel), 1313, 1343, etc. 

C', 1. "oo, thy (before a vowel), 359, etc. 

CÁ, vid. AUÁim. 

CAbAC, m., act of exacting; as., (Afi), 1202. 

CAbAficAf, m., gift, donation ; ns., 838, (cóbAftcAp MSS.). 

Uaca, in phr. 1 -ouaca fie, hard by, near, 406. 

CACAifi (1), /., art, contrivance, provision ; ns., 1206. 

CACAift (2), artificial; as., 1452; [cf. T. Sh.]. 

CACAfi, m., fight ; ds., 204. 

CÁctA, m., curl, plait of hair ; gpl., cÁctAOi, 978. 

CÁ-óbAcu, /., substance, consequence ; ns., 528. 

CÁJ, VÍd. CÓ5A1TT1. 

CA3fiA, ra., act of pleading, expounding ; ds., 636. 



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UAit^eAtin, m. , Asciciput {Lib. Arm.), adze-head, epithet of St. Patrick ; 
ys., UAilgmn, 1201. 

CÁm, /., herd, crowd, swarm, tribe ; ns., 1003, 1553 ; ds., 55, 476, 
3 335; as., (*oe), 926; <xp£., cÁmue, 177. 

CÁm-iApcAc, abounding with shoals of fish ; as., 1462. 

CÁ11115, vid. uijim. 

UÁiptip, /., draughts, backgammon; ds., 520. 

CÁ1J1, vid. (1) AuÁim, (2) uÁji. 

UÁijroíot, wi., travel, journey; ns., if jm-oa mo t., 425. [This word 
occurs thrice in E. Ua Conmhuighe's poem, A Uir-ceifvo rhic 
piAjiAir- : — UU5 cuAifi*o nÁji fUA^Ac uAfi fÁite : •o'pojtmm 
JAOifi a ccioficuib uÁifroíot (11. 50, 51) ; Afi uueAcu 50 héininn 
x>'éif a úÁijroíol (1. 89) ; acu gtuAipeAcu bA cuait> jaca 
uÁifroiot: 50 hOtluAib ó ponn-uutAij CtÁifie (11. 168, 169)]. 

CAIftip, VÍd. UA|1. 

CÁiji-trnAn, /., low desire ; npl., used for gpl., -rhiAnA, 1471. 
CÁifimc, 3 s. pf. of cAifticim, (1) I come, arrive, 540 ; (2) I come to an 

end, am exhausted, 481. 
UAifip eAc, /., threshold ; ds., uAijif 15, 1436. 
C<\if, weak, soft, tender; npl., uAipe, 91; comp. sup., uAife, 1444; 

[cf. ni uAife "OAm ftoini fiAjAijine An bfiAnn"OA tiAfi ; Munst. 

Poets, 2nd Ed., p. 284]. 
CÁipc, vid. uÁfc. 

CAifCim, I hoard up ; 3 s. pf., nioft tAifc, 1448. 
CAir-e, /., ghost, shade ; dpi., uAipb, 497. 
CAif ueAl, m., act of travelling, journey ; ds., 238 ; gpl., 1558 ; an leg., 

nÁ rAifceAb (238) ? 
CÁiúim, I join, associate; p. part., uÁiúue (fie), 223. 
UAiuiieAtriAc, bright, pleasant; ns., 6Q ; vsf., 1474. 
CÁt, m.y act of dripping, giving milk ; ns., 38, 1376 ; ds., 839 ; as., 699. 
CÁtAim, I drip, give milk ; 3 s. pf., nÁfi íaI, 699. 
CAÍAtri, /., earth, land ; ds., 918 ; cAtriiAin, 507 ; as., 1461. 
UÁt-puit, /., race of Tál, the O'Brians, etc.; 47, 897. 
CÁm, /., fainting, death ; ds., uáhti, 1554. 
CAmAc, fainting, trance-like ; ns., 408. 
CAmAVl, m., a while ; ace. temp., ' for a while/ 636, 
CÁrh-tAj, weak and fainting ; ns., 1426. 
UAn, m., time ; as., 1275. 
Uaua, thin, dainty ; ds., 309. 



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CÁnA^, vid. ci3im. 

CAob, /., side ; ns., 71 ; ds., CAotb, 427, 670 ; UAot>, 1223 ; jie a ÚAOift 
f in, ' besides that/ 772. 

Caoi, ^zd AUÁim. 

CAoib-seAt, with white, fair side ; dsm., 1581. 

UAOi"oe, /., tide ; ns., 840. 

UAOifeAc, m., captain, leader, chief ; gs., rAoif-15, 648, 1530 ; npl., 
uAoifis, 710 ; cóifi j, 49 ; #pZ., 798, 1505. 

Caotti, /., bit, scrap ; ds., cAOim, 1249. 

CAomnAC, causing paroxysms ; nsf., 975. 

Caoú, vid. fio-f-uAoú. 

UApA(ix>), quick ; ns., z&pA, 201 ; adv., 50 uajdait), 1464. 

UAfi, prep., beyond, over, 149, 155, etc.; with prep, pr on. 2 s., rAjir, 
(let pass) by thee, 382 ; 3 5., (ueAcu) rAijUf, to mention it, 
1062; c. cionn, on account of, owing to, 1106; UAfi éif, after, 
190, 582, 674, 1209, 1215; c. teAji, beyond the sea, 171 ; c. fÁt, 
across the sea, 1143; u. -pÁite, beyond the sea, 535, 1001; c. 
mot) mijte, beyond the measure of nimbleness, 257 ; u. Aon, 
above any one, more than all, 61 ; c. các, more than all others, 
662; u. rhilnb, above thousands, 664; before thousands, 650; 
*oo CÓ1X) cAfi, which surpassed, 872 ; u. a nx>., more than all who 
have gone, 619, \_cf. feAc aji teA^AX), 611]; ueAcc uaji, treat of, 
750, 1062. 

CÁff, /., contempt ; ns., 1285, 1295 ; c/s., uÁifi, 1293, 1297. 

CajiIa, 3 s. _p/., it happened, came to pass, 467, 995, 998, (x)o) 1129, 
1171 ; cÁjitA 1 n-, has stuck in, pierced, 483 ; [the first a in uajiIa 
being really short, scans short in -oÁn -oíjieAC, but is lengthened 
by position in assonantal metres ; cf. 467]. 

CÁfi-nocc, quite naked ; gpl., 470. 

CAftjiAin^im (usually contracted UAifinjim) ; (1) I draw, attract ; 
pr. rel.j ÚAfifiAir^eAf, 968 ; (2) draw nigh to ; 3 s. pf., x>o 
tAjijiAiri5 (fÁT) tuAijum), 1359. 

CAflU, Vid. UAfl. 

CÁf c, m., report, character, fame ; ns., 165 ; gs., 504 ; as adj., ' famous/ 

49, 563; ds., 41. 
Ce, hot; ws., 271. 
Cé, m., he (who), person ; ns., An ué, 321 ; An ré f m, 459 ; gs., AimteAr- 

An cé, 628 ; ds., -oon ci, 19; [the c really belongs to the article; 

we have the gpl. of é in ^ac hi {i.e., Ae, 123)]. 



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CeAc, m., house; gs., nje, 1207, 1324; ds., n§, 1456, 1563 ; as., 378; 

eA lengthened, coac, 577 ; [cf. céAtjiAfi, 357 ; •oeA^-AtAifi, 372, 

etc.]. 
CeAcc, céAcc, vie?, njim. 
CeAcuAifie, m., herald, messenger; ns., 625, 
CéATíAc, plaited (like a string) ; ns., 66. 
CeA-ómA, vid. cei-óm. 
CeA-oiriAfi, string (music); dsm., 111. 
CeA^Aiji, /., protection; ds., 1132. 
Cóajaji, ra., resources, love; gs., ce.A5.Aiji, 676; as., 554; [r/. nit Aon 

céAjAfi ACAib, they have no means ; nit An cAtArii r m A5 T>éAnAni 

Aon céA5Ai]i, produces nothing ; a téA^Aiji, 1. a ruóijt ; Aran Irish) 

Arch. I., p. 182]. 
CéA^AtiÚA, comfortable, snug ; adv., 50 r., 379. 
"CeA^Afc, m., act of teaching ; ds., *oÁ x)U., teaching, 218. 
CeAn-oÁit (cion-oÁit), /., firebrand, torch; dpi., non*oÁtAib, 862; 

n. dual, 1047. 
CeAn^A, /., tongue, language; ns. t 1 ; gs., ceAnjAT), 1472 ; ds., ueAn- 

3A1-Ó, 348. 
UeAnjthAit, /., act of meeting, conflict ; ds., 1027. 
CeAnjiriAf , m., meeting, encounter ; da., 776. 
CeAnn, (1) adj., strong ; ns., 1518 ; gpl., 1388 ; (2) support ; ns., 482 ; 

n. dual, 1039. 
CeAnn, (2) neut., fire, beacon ; npl., ueAnnA, 12 ; [cf. uenn, 1. topcAT>, 

O'Dav. ; ce-onA coir rech ujiicheim uenn : jieiA niACAib mite-o 

rnoficenn, 'first chief who lighted a blaze before the sons of 

mighty Mile,' Bodleian Dinnsenchus, p. 23 ; in jfUAn cmt) 

CAi"otech, Hymn. S. Ultani in laudem S. Brigidoz, and centum, 

apud W.]. 
CeAnn (A)-biox)t)A. m., strong, harsh enemy; ds., -bío'óbAi'ó, 770. 
CéAnniA, m., term, end ; ns., 384 ; gs., 287. 
CeAfimAnn, m., refuge, land to which the right of sanctuary was 

attached; ns., 465; as., 1211. 
CeAf, m., heat; ds., 964 ; 'violence' (of loss), 634. 
CeAf c, m., act of cutting, wounding ; ds., ftem t., to wound me, 

1075. 
CeAfCA-ó, m., act of cutting, lopping off; ns., 1505. 
Ceibim, I begin, decline (from); 3 s. pr., ueibix) (ó), 1272; [cf. reibe-o 

Amm 5AÓ cinrcex>uit, Mtr. GL, Stowe, p. 18]. 



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Céi"óim (uéijitn), I go ; 2«. pr., ceijifi, 371 ; 3 s., zéw, 155, 186, 493 ; 
3 s. pf, -oo CUA1-Ó, 293, 347, 424, 500, 628 ; -oo cóix>, 872, 1272 ; 
3 s.pf. end., *oeAcAi"ó, 76, 617, 619, 1468, 1522; 3 s. fut., ftAcAi-ó, 
609, 610, 616; vn. ds., -out, 396, 877, 1286, 1290, 1334, 1404, 
1554 ; as., 1456. 
CeiT)tn, ra., disease, distress; ns., 998; apZ., ueA-óniA, 1335; n. dual, 

1069. 
Céi5(?), 5«|t téig te hAon, that any one has been able to (?), 72. 
Céi^te, /., choice, delight (?) ; ns., 1044. 
Ueirm-t>ite, m., mighty tree; n. dual., 1055. 
Ueinuix>e, fiery ; adv., 50 u., 695 ; vid. nnuixje. 
Ueifu, /., testimony; ns., 697. 

UeojtA, /., limit; ds., uaji ueojiAirm, 'immoderately,' 155. 
Céxu, m., text ; as., 79. 
Ui, wd. (1) cé; (2) ngim. 
CiAft, in the west; 931, 1514. 

C151TT1, I come ; (*oe) I can ; (caji) mention, treat of ; 3 s. pr., cig, 142, 
236, 553, (ó) 964, 1013, 1262, 1398, C13 «oe, results from, 145, 
with.pl. subject, 1001, 1007 ; 1 s. pf., uÁnA^, 422; 3 s., rÁmig, 
1365, ní i., 822 ; 3 s. S. fut. % ui in 50 *oci (used like a, prep.), 
usque ad, (here used of space) down to, 556 ; 3 pi. B.fut., ciocpM-o, 
363 ; 3 s. cond., *oa -ociocpvó, 1285 ; vn., ueAcu ; ns., 1062 ; (óa 
lengthened) ué<icu, 87, 670; ds., 750, 833, 1147, 1221, 1264; céAcu, 
380, 1416. 
Cinn, sick ; ns., 950 ; painful, 1590. 
drmueAc,/., lightning; as., 144. 
Uinui-óe, fiery, fierce; ds., 1022. 
Ciocpvó, nocpAiT), wd. 1:151m. 
Cíot)Iac, /., act of bringing, presenting, gift ; ds., cío-óIaic, 695 ; 

gpl., 833. 
Cionx>ÁtAib, vid. reArmÁit. 

UionnlAicim, I bring, present ; 3 s. pf., -oo úionnlAic, 1335. 
CionnrcnAim, I begin ; vn., normfcnAni ; gs., cionnrcriAirh, as adj., 

initial, first, original, 648. 
Ciof, below, 400. 
Ciji,/., land, country ; ns., 447, 1201, 1283 ; gs., cijie, 563, 681,691 ; 

ds., 1291, 1593. 
Cijum, dry ; gpl., 271. 
CijieAc, possessing large tracts of land ; ns. 792. 



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CtAéu, m., garment, garb, beauty ; as., 1575. 

CtÁú, weak, feeble, gentle ; ns., 46, 769 ; npl. (agreeing with phr. 

5Ac 5m ctomne) utÁÚA, 1320. 
CnÁi-óue, pining, wasted away ; adv., 50 v., 407 ; [c/. cnÁiue 1 bpéin, 

23 G. 24, p. 465]. 
Cnúú, m., envy ; ns. (fie), 956. 
CóbAiftu, 1. UAOAifiu ; vid. "oo-bei]\im. 
UócAim, /., progress, description; as., 117 (uocum, MSS.) ; vid 

roicim. 
CocAtAim, I dig ; 3 s. rel. pr., tocAtAr, ' which cuts,' 721. 
CocAfi, m., causeway ; gs., rócAi|i, 194 ; ds., 149. 
C05A,/., choice, best part ; ns., 653; 7ij?Z., 1203. 
CoJAt,/., taking of beseiged city, destruction ; ds., uo^Ait, 1512. 
CoJAit-T)ibi nx, tw. /., act of ruining and banishing ; ds., 56. 
CÓ3Aim, I raise ; 3 s. pf., *oo tó^, ' aroused,' 94 ; 3 s. rel. fat., CÓ5- 

fAf, 523; 3 s. ccwd., x)o to^AX), 110; 2 s. imp., UÁ5 (1. C05) 

•oíom r uAf, abandon me, 976. 
CojjiAim, I desire ; 3 5. p/., -oÁji tojAift («7., x>Á *oco5Aijt), 41. 
Cojua, choice, select ; npl., 752. 

Colour), /., progress, adventure ; ns., 236 ; [vid. Todd Led., IV., p. 116]. 
Cóifi,/., pursuit ; #s., uófiA, 195 ; cís., 1226. 
Coifi, adv., in the east; 676, 931. 
Uoi|ibeA|\u, /., munificence ; ns., 763. 
Coificim, m., trance ; ns., 408. 
CoifttéimfteAc, /,, act of leaping down, descending ; ds., coifitéitnfuj;, 

694. 
Coiftm,/, praise ; ns., 701 ; [cf. uoijun, 1. motA-o nó 5toi|t, CfDav.]. 
CoijineAc,/., thunder; as., 144. 
Coijimm, I descend ; 3 s. imp/., *oo úóijineA-ó, 157. 
Coirc,/., report, occasion; ns., 469 ; ds., 156. 
Cot,/., wish, desire ; ns., 964. 
Cote, m., arrogance, fierceness: gs., uuitc, 1190. 
CotcA, power (?) ; gs., 1220. 

CotcAlb, VÍd. CtltAC. 

Conn,/., wave; ns., 447; gs., cuinne, 149,691; ds., uumn, 422 ; 

gpl., uonn, 1223; dpi., uonnAib, 60. 
ConnA, m., tun; apl., uonnAi"óe, 531. 
Có|tA, vid. uóifi. 
CoftAX), m., fruit; ds., 1495; dpi., uojitAib, 21. 



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Cof cAif , (he) fell ; 3 s. pf., 1057. 

CofcAifte, successful, prosperous (?) ; ns., 1039; [cf. uofcAif ctiAn, 

proventus portuum, T. Ft., 1. 21 ; f 05A fin, rnóf -coif úe rnef ; 

uofcAifte, -pit if fUAitrmeAf, proventus pax et tranquillitas, 

ibid., 1. 92]. 
CofrnÁn, m., noise; ns., 693. 
Cof mAf , ra., murmuring, grumbling ; ns., 1244. 
Cóf, via 7 , cúf . 

Co-prmijim, I begin ; 3 s pf., *oo tófnvnj, 240. 
Coru, m. } silence ; ds., beiu 'nA t., to be silent, 185. 
CfÁ, end. particle, quidem, indeed, however, 1282, 1323, 1581. 
€f Ácc, m., tread of foot ; in phr. 50 *ori "oo tf ., 556 ; [cf. opiA mo 

cf oi-oe coix)ce *oo cÁf : ^An f óf c of c ó-o ciorm 50 -ouí -oo 

tf Ácc, Duain Iosa, by Tadhg Gaedhealach]. 
Cf ÁcuAirn, I treat (of, Af ), mention ; 1 s. fut., cf Ácuf At), 533. 
Cf á^a-ó, m., act of ebbing, exhausting ; ds., 508, 839. 
Cf Áijim, I empty, exhaust ; pr.ps., cf Ái^ceAf , 840 ; p. part., cf Ai^ce, 

1426, 1489. 
Cf AocAim, I drain, empty ; 3 s. pf., "oo tf aoc, 955. 
Cf Át, m., time ; ns., 1394 ; ace. temp., 419. 
Cfé, prep, {asp.), through, by means of, owing to, on account of, 

247, 351, 641, 672, 721, 825, 992, 1035, 1063, 1293, 1297, 1488, 

1512, 1520 ; cf é Af (contr. to one syll.), ' through our,' 1033 ; 

combines with pers. pron.; 3 sm., cfi*o, 540, 1320, 1434 ; 3 s./., 

cf iti, 694, 721, 880, 940 ; cjtít', 126 ; 3 pi., tf íoua, 36 ; vid., 

Ufí. 

CfeAb, /., tribe; ns., 1493, 1586. 

Cf eAbAim, I inhabit ; 3 s. pf. (with pi. nom.), "oo tf eAb, 1005. 

Cfé\<yo, m., flock, herd; ^., tribe; ns., 1127, 1151, 1163 ; cfeco, 41 ; 

íipí., cf éxVOA, 327. 
CféAn, m., strong, powerful, (as Kowrc) brave man; ns., 157, 481, 615, 

711 ; as., 811 ; comp. sup., uf erne, 551. 
CfeAnA, vid. ufiAn. 

Cf OAti-pLAit, /., powerful prince ; ns., 1467. 
CféAn-TTiAC, m., mighty son, brave man; ys., -true, 675, 899. 
CféAn-fcoifm, /., mighty storm, high wind; ds., 380. 
Cf eAf , m., adversity ; ds., 1007 ; as., struggle, 634. 
CfeAfCAf Aim, I throw down, prostrate; 3 s. impf., "oo tfeArcAfA"ó, 

918; 3 s. pf., *oo tfeArcAif, 1154; vn., cfeArcfA-o ; ds., 1342. 



199 

CfteAÚAn, m., sea ; ds., 1226 ; [also /em., ufiiAfc ; ^en., ufieAÚAti]. 
Cfiéi-óe, /., three things, understanding; ds., 1276 ; vid. ujiéiúe. 
Cfiéi-óeAnAf, m., fasting, (£i£. triduum); </s., cjiei-oeAtiAip, 335 ; as., 394, 
Cfiéi5im, I forsake; 1 s. pf., t)0 újiéi^eAf, 550; 3 s., "oo tjiéig, 1138* 

1275; 3 pi., "oo tftéijfeA-o, 1367; 3 pl.fut., uftéijpro, 344, 361 ; 

2 s. imperat., rftéi^, 976 ; pf.ps., rjiéijeA-ó, 1386. 
Ufieigix), /., spasm, convulsion ; ns., 548. 
Ctieirhpe, /., space of time, interval ; ns., 985. 
C|téin, rjiéme, vid. cfiéAti. 
Ufieif e, /., might ; as., Ufieif e Aft ttnu, the might of (i.e., how mighty 

were) those who have fallen, 1314. 
Cjieife, comp. sup., more, most powerful, mighty, 1047, 1075, 1095. 
Cftéic, weak, delicate, comp. sup., cfiéite, 102. 
Cjtéite, pi., accomplishments, talents; npl., 528; gpl., 117; dpi., 

cfiéiúib, 664 ; [ujiei^te eigentlich ufieix>e (q.v.) Eigenschaft, wie 

man sie im Dreiwort (ufi époc At = ivelsch tripeth) zusammenzu- 

fassen pflegte. C. L. Stem, Zt. II., p. 341]. 
Cjiein-f-eAji, m., powerful, brave man ; ns., 528, 1543, ys. } -jHfi, 1132 ; 

npl., -fift, 293; apl., -pifi, 126. 
Cfiéin-rriic, ^"^ ^TiéAn-triAc. 

Cftein-meAfi, strong, brave and active ; gs., -rriiji, 137. 
Cfieo-o, wc£. rjtéA-o. 
Cfieoifi,/., guidance ; ds., 1127, 1177. 
CjteojtAc, guiding, experienced, active; gs., ufieofiAij;, 137; adv., 

50 z\i., 154, an Ze,(/., U115 a bÁp a tÁn éiujieoftAc, weak(?) 
Cjií, 1. xr|ié, through, 1221, vid. cj\é. 
Cjií, three, 1185, 1186, 1357. 

CftiAlt, vn. of u|iiAttAim, g.t\, for A5 r]iiAtl, 545. 
C|tiAltAim, I journey, proceed ; 1 s. pf., "oo ú|tiAttAf, 452 ; 3 s., t>o 

ú|iiAtt, 416. 
CjiiAn. m., a third part ; »*., 1^97 ; #s., cjieAtiA (in proper name, vie?. 

Index Loc), 728, 1450. 
CfiiAt, m., lord, chief; ns., 461, 727, 807, 1541 ; npl., ujhaúa, 710, 

921 ; gpl., rftiAt, 1499. 
C|tiAt-ptAit,/., noble, lordly prince ; ns., 511, 1449. 
Cfií-o, ujtíoÚA, ujtít(e), vid. z\\é. 
CjuubAr-, m., trouble (?) ; ns., 1380. 
Ujioi-o, /., fight ; ds., 1030. 
tjiois, /., foot; ns., 204; [d^. -tfioistib, 314.] 



200 

Cftom, heavy, important; dpi., cfiom, 'rich' (of soil), 26 ; comp. 

sup., cjioime, 1203. 
CfionrÓA, weighty, influential ; ns., 773, 

Cfiom-pÁf, m., heavy growth, influential scion ; n. dual, 1095. 
CfiuAJ, wretched, miserable, pitiful, (as noun), a poor wretched 

person; ns., 11, 129, 348, 427, 615, 629, 665, ten cjivias, 'who 

deem it sad,' 665, 666, 984, 1094, 1105, 1174,1426,1485,1565, 

Atfluifie, if ujtuAJ, 1171 ; vsm., a tfiuAig, 612 ; gpl., 798 ; adv., 

50 t|t., 407. 
UjiuaJáu, m., an unfortunate, wretched person ; ns., 666 ; gpl., 1249. 
CfiuAg-bocu, wretchedly poor ; ns., 164. 
CjttjA^tAc, m., wretchedness, misery (?) ; da., 1450. The MSS. 

readings are indistinct and uncertain ; an leg., t]tuAitteAT>, 

corruption ? 
CJIUA5-LA5, wretchedly weak ; gpl., 1412. 
CfitJAg-nAoi'óe,/'., puny child ; ns., 337. 

CfiuA^tiAic, /., wretch, wretched person ; vs., c-jniAjnAic, 1314. 
CjiuAitt, /., body, carcass; ds., 316. 
CjtuAije, /., pity, wretchedness; ns., 1117; as., 1378. 
CjiuAitti"óe, corrupt, miserable, paltry ; ns., 364. 
C|ivjAitti5im, I corrupt, spoil ; 3 s.pr. end., uftuAiLti^eArin, 306. 
Cftuit, m. f head, top (of house) ; npl., ufiuilt {at., cfttnt), 1564. 
Cu, pers. pron. 2 s., 305, etc., emphatic, cu-fA, 980, with the rcl. 

form of verb, mAft é^fMf uu, 370, aspirated after nÁ, than, 

365, after pass., 357. 
CuAifiim, /., conjecture, drift, aim; ds., t>ot) t., 'in regard to thee,' 

1418 ; f Áx) ú., ' towards thee,' 1359. 
CuAifceAjiu, m., the north; #s., cuAir-cific, 1415. 
CuAiu-teAf, m. s sinister interest, perverseness ; ds., 1408. 
CtJAmA, m. f tomb ; ds., 670. 
CtiAtnbA, m., tomb ; (/pi., ruAmbAOi, 363. 
Cuaji, m., omen; ns., 298, 1428. 
CuAjtAX), m., dry land; dpi., cuA|\cAib, 26; [cf. uiiajiat), 1. ctiAft 

CAch dfiimm, Cor/raj. 
CuAjiAif c, /. account, information; ns., 1358. 
CuAjijAm, /., act of beating, smiting; ds., 503 ; as., 1387. 
CuAf , acfo\, above ; An p eAft ciiAf , he who is uppermost, in higher 

rank, 1342 ; 'above the grave,' 'in this world,' 360. 
CvjAt, /., country ; ns. (for as., uuaic), 1211 ; ds., cuaiú, 262. 



201 

Cuauaó, m., layman ; npl., uuauai^, 339. 

Cu^, uu^Ap, vid. "oo-beijiim. 

Cui5im, I understand ; 2 s. impf., t>á •outn^teÁ, 630 ; 2 s. imperat., 

C1115, 381. 
Cuitc, vid. cote. 

Utnle, /., flood, overflowing; ns., 1264 ; ds., 978. 
Cuitte(A"ó), m., addition; ns., cuilteA"ó, 1115; ds., uuitle, 1519. 
Cuinn(e), vid. conn. 
Cuifi, /., tower, buttress; ns., 1563; [cf. ruijujui, cuifi pintn5ep cech, 

For. foe. ; ruifi cftAbAit) m ceppoc pin, S. G., p. 37, 1. 15 ; SaIa- 

mon ctnfi chAjibAch, ilfari. Gorm., Fcbr. 26 ; ds., cuifiix), ibid., 

Aug. 4]. 
Cuijtpe, /., ennui, regret; ns., 668; #s., 1129; ds., 155. 
Cúip, vwí. uúp. 
Cuiuim, I fall ; 3 s. pf, "oo emu, 408, 1121, 1314 ; 3 pi., *oo tincpeAt), 

1094; to,/., uuiuim; ns., 137, 1061, 1105. 
CuUc, f., hill; vs., 1474; dpi., uutcAib, 27, 492, 947; uotcAib, 681. 
Cúfi, m., tower; ns., 1515 ; [cf. uuifi]. 
CupAC, possessing many towers, castles ; ns., 792. 
CúftAim, I invite ; 3 s. pf., "oo tuji, 1055. 

CuftAp, Wi., journey, expedition ; ds., *oon u. po, ' on this occasion,' 1513. 
CujtnATh, m., act of lowering, humbling ; ns., 1499. 
CujtftA, abundant (?) ; dpi., 1081 ; [cf. uujia, much, abundance, O'li.].; 

an leg., zoyp^s, fruitful ? 
Cup, m., beginning; ^rs., cpiown cúip, young trees, 1516; ds., Ap*ocup, 

at first, first, 601, 1005; A|t -ocóp, 387, 1276, 1360; A|t -otuip, 

620; 1 "ouúf, in the beginning, 131; ó tup (50 p.), from the 

beginning (till), 1555. 

U<\, a»., grandson; ns., 889; gs., ui, 674, 1521 ; descendant, ns. } 580; 

ó, 265 ; gs., ui, 233 ; dpi., tnb, 428 ; ua in the ns. prefixes h to 

proper name beginning with a vowel, as t)AhAo"ÓA, 580 ; this h is 

the last remnant of the final s of the ns. 
UAbAfi, m., pride; gs., UAOAipt, 376, 1244. 
tlA-ÓAib, vid., ó, (prep.). 
IKMbfteAc, proud; ns., 1354, 1543; comp. sup., UAibpu^e, x>Á u. -óó, 

'however proud it be,' 315. 
IÍA1T), vid. ó {pre}).). 
UA15, /., grave ; gs., uAi^e, 1405, 1436 ; ds., 362, 424. 



202 

líAijneAc, lonely, lonesome; ns., 1372, 1473; adv., 30 hu., 342. 
tlAi^neAf, m., loneliness, desolation ; as., 1454 ; ds., 1 n-u., 407 ; aji u. } 

'disconsolately/ 672; 'secretly,' 848. 
tlAiU,, /., pride; gs., uAilte, 1350; ds., 381; as., 490. 
tlAitleAc, proud; co?7ip. step., uAittije, 375 ; vid. uAtlAó. 
liAiit-trieAH, proudly active; acfo;., 50 hu., 1451. 
tlAim, vid. ó, (prep.). 
tlAme, green ; gpl., 1366. 

tlAin, /., opportunity, leisure ; dpi., a\\ uAimb, 'occasionally,' 1411. 
tlAifi, /•» hour, time; 715., CÁ huAifi, when {interrog.), 1561 ; An uai|a, 

when (reZ.), 288, 292, 355 ; ds., iaji ti-uAiji, according to the era, 

1346 ; as., 277, 1475 ; denoting time when, aw u. peo, at this time, 

at present, 1439 ; uaiji, once on a time, 1217. 
tlAifte, u^iftib, vid. tJAfAt. 
UAirte, /., nobility; ns., 493, 655, 764, 905; gs., 1406; ds., 13, 908; 

as., 534. 
llAifti-óe, noble; comp.sup., *oÁ u., however noble/ 302. 
tlAifci, wd. óf, {prep.). 
Uaiu, UA1Ú1, vid. ó, [prep.). 
tlAitne, /., pillar, hinge ; ns., 267. 

UaIac, neut., burden; ns., 1400; ap£., mAfi tiAÍAiJe, 395. 
UaIIac, proud, haughty ; vsf., 1395 ; vid. uAitteAc. 
llAltAi^eAcu, /., pride, haughtiness ; ns., 308. 
UAn, m., lamb ; ws., 1444. 
Uajaac, cold, chilly, 1437; [c/. L. Hymn. {Ed. Atk.), p. 115 ; epithet 

of the devil and of hell, S. na Rann, 942, 8350]. 
UAf At, noble ; ns., 535, 771, 889, 1535 ; gsm., uAr-Ait, 1587 ; npl., 

uAifte, 479, 921; dpi., uAir-tib, 771, 1125; comp.sup., tiAirte, 

1433. 
11 At a, vid. Ó, {prep.). 
Uaúa-ó, m., fewness, few ; ns., 1475. 

Vic, interj., ah ! alas ! 129, 189, 1545, 1561, 1569 ; vid. oc. 
UcÁn, interj., ah ! alas ! 1245, 1303 ; vid., ocÁn. 
tier, m., bosom, breast, (mountain) side ; ns., 450; gs., ocua, 1077, 

1134. 
tit), yon, that, An — vm, 76, 851 ; only used with the def. art. ; vid. 

fiu*o, •pú'o. 
tl^-oAji, m., author ; ns., 821. 
tlí, uib, vid. ua. 



203 

Ui-óe, /., journey ; ds., i ti-u., 'in the course of/ 3352. 

Uite, all ; ns. các tnte, 'one and all,' 609 ; ds.> 1172. 

Úifi, /., earth, clay ; ds., 512, 600. 

Uijt-eAf oai-ó, /., extreme need ; ns., 937. 

tlijtti, vid. Aft, (prep.). 

Vim, prep., about, concerning, 704, fiéix>e urn, liberal in regard to, 

739, 836, 941 ; about (of time), 168, 1556 ; with def. art., urn An, 

contracted 'mun, 1116. 
UrhtAcu,/., humility, reverence; ds., 917. 

Umtuijim, I submit, yield (to, -oo) ; 2 s. imperat., uirituij, 285. 
lift, fresh, new; ns., 1232, 1295, 1516. 
tift, m., evil, harm, slaughter; as., t>o fíneAT) úfi a fút, who attempted 

the injury of his eyes, i.e., who did not hesitate to destroy his eyes 

(rather than refuse what was asked of him), 83 ; [cf. újt cech 

n-otc, Corm.]. 
UfiAfo, in phr. 1 n-ufiAi-o, 'last year,' 1567. 
UjiAf, easy; comp. sup., ufiArA, 1577« 
UficftA, m., defect, ruin; ds., 1119. 
Uft-gofiu, m., fresh field ; ds., 850. 

Uji-jjiÁin, /., aversion, loathsomeness ; gs., ufi-5ftÁme, 1066. 
U|ttiAi5Úe, /., prayer; apl., úftn<M5tí beoit, oral, vocal prayers, 394. 



INDEX LOCORUM. 



^me, 53, the district round Cnoc Áme, near Bruff, in Co. Limerick, 
■Annvhft, 1051, the river Anner, which rises in bar. of Middle third, 

and flows through Slieveardagh, and Iffa and Ofta, entering the 

river Siuir below Clonmel. 
Á]YA, ace. ^jtAinn 435, Aran island in Gal way bay. 
Á]\x> íTlACA, 435, Ard Macha or Armagh, called after Macha Mong- 

ruadh, queen of Ireland, 347-340 B.C. {O'Flah.) 

t)Aite An ttlóuA, 232, also called simply An tnóuA 196, i.e., tnócA 
gAi-jieA-o or Mountgarret, in Co. Wexford, near New Ross, which 
gives title of viscount to a branch of the family of Butler. 

bAnbA, 451, 981,. 1000, 1013, 1027, 1035, 1089, 1125, 1149, 1189, 1349, 
1373, 1439, a name of Ireland. The ancient legend is that 
Banbha, Eodhla, and Eire were the respective queens of Mac 
Cuill, Mac Céacht, and Mac Gréine (otherwise called Eathur, 
Teathur, and Ceathur), the last kings of the Tuatha Dé Danann. 
who reigned in turns ; and that Eire was queen at the time of 
the arrival of the Milesians. 

t)Án-crfiAiú, 48, 1. SftAit t)Án, Strabane, in Co. Tyrone, bar. Lower 
Strabane, formerly seat of O'Neill. The " Flight of the Earls 
of Tyrone and Tirconnell," 14th Sept., 1607, is referred to in 
this line 

toéAt eAf a rtuAix), 349, also called t)éAt eAf a Aox>a ntiAi-o, Assaroe, 
a waterfall on the river Erne, at Ballyshannon, Co. Donegall. 

t)Aoi, 122, 562, Bantry bay, hence T)ún t)Aoi, Dunboy, a castle of the 
O'Sullivan's. 

toeAjtbA, 193, the river Barrow. 

beAftnAr, 434, Barnasmore, a wild mountain pass, north of the town 
of Donegall. 

béAjijiA, 122, 562, Bearehaven, S. W. of Co. Cork. 

binn 5CUJIA-Ó, 1513, Probably Ballincurr}^ in bar. of Slieveardagh, 
or Clonebinny in bar. of Owney and Arra, Co. Tipperary. 

t)ómn,/., 122, 231, 432, the riv. Boyne; t)óifrotior ua bctnne, a 
mound or fort on the Boyne, near Stackallan. 



INDEX LOCORUM. 205 

bjteA^A (npl), gpl, bjie.-vr 999, 1043, Bregia, the territory between 
Dublin and the Boyr<e„ We may read 'oÁ éi^ne bÁm-eAr-A 
bfteAg, 'two Salmons of the fair cascade of Bregia,' 1. 1043. 

bfteAUAm, gen., bfte^cin 92, now Wales, formerly Britain. 

bjn'^i-o, /., gs.j bfrt*ue, 55, the riv. Bride, in bar. of Bariymore 
and Kinnatalloon, Co. Cork, flows into the Blackwater below 
Lismore. 

CAiú-tiop CeAfty.'ilt, vid. tiof CeAfibtntt. 

CAireAt 443, 1406, 1527, Cashel, town in bar. Middlethird, co. 
Tipperary, vid. ttK\CAifie CAifit> 

CÁtbAiftí 399, Calvary, where our Lord was crucified. 

Calais piAjiAif (tiA|i), 1514, probably Ballypheris in bar. of 
Kilnamanagh, Co. Tipperary. 

(Art) ÓAÚAiji, /! ; gs., r\A Caújiac (cAonne) 1575, Cahir, shortened 
from Caúaiji X>úr\A lAfCAij, vid. T)iin lArcAC. 

CeAtL T>ajia, /, Kildare, peA|t Cille T)ajia 929, the Earl of Kildare. 

CeAtt (Citt) Ceirhnem, 854 Kiltinan, near Fethard, in bar. of Middle- 
third, Co. Tipperary. 

CeAnn uSÁite, 443, Kinsale, town on sea-coast, Co. Cork. 

Céif CofiAinn, 431, a mountain lying S. W. of Ballymote, in bar. of 
Corran, Co. Sligo. ' Regioni (Corannce), at famu est, nomen indidit 
Dian Recti é Danannarum gente Cytharoedus, Corann nomine, qui 
hanc plagam in musicce mercedem adeptus est.' Ogygia, p. 334. 

Clói-oeAc, /., ds., Ctói"oi 5 228, the riv. Clodiagh, in bar. of Upper- 
third, Co. Waterford, flowing into the Suir near Portlaw. 

Cnoc Áirte 427, Knockany, a hill near Bruff, Co. Limerick. 

Cnoc An uócAifi 194, Knocktopher, a town and bar. in Co. Kilkenny, 
a seat of a branch of the Butler (Ormond) family. 

Cnoc Céi*oe, 578. Probably Keadeen, a mountain (2,195 ft.) in Ui 
Mail, now the bar. of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. 

Cnoc 5-péme, 440 ; hill near Pallisgreany, in bar,, of •Coonagh, Co. 
Limerick. 

Cnoc tneAT)A, 433 ; also called Cnoc tYleA-OA Sunt ; Knockmaa, near 
Tuam, in bar. of Clare, Co. Galway, the Six) or fairy residence 
of Fionnbharr, a chief of the Tuatha Dé Danann ; identified 
with ancient CAfm CeAfjiAc by O'Flaherty, Ogygia, p. 162. 

Colchir, 870 ; Colchis, in Asia Minor, to which the Argonautic 
expedition sailed under Jason to obtain the golden fleece. 



206 INDEX LOCORUM. 

Coftfi-cnoc tneÁ-óbA, 431 ; also called Cofifi-ftiAb nA SeAJfA, Curlew 

mts., on the borders of Co. Roscommon and Co. Sligo. 
Cor ITlACAn, 228 ; Bunmahon, in bar. of Decies without Drum, Co. 

Waterford, at the mouth of the river triACAin. 
C|tioc Ainx, 460, Ireland ; so called from Art, king of Ireland, 220- 

250 A.D. 
Cfiioc CAif, 460 ; Thomond, so called from CofirriAC CAf, ancestor of 

the *OaI jCAif, Dalcassians. 
Cftíoc éibifi, 132 ; the southern part of Ireland, so called from its 

first king, éibeAji rriAC tníleA-ó ; also called LeAt trioJA. 
Cfiíoó 1TIÁil, 578 ; the territory of the Ui Mail, now bar. of Upper 

Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow ; the name is preserved in the Glen 

of Imaile. 
Cjiíoca Ctn-jic, 57 ; the territories of Core, king of Munster, the first 

who kept his court at Cashel, 3rd cent. A.D. 
CuAti *Ooji, 441 ; Glandore Harbour, in bar. of E. and W. Carbery, 

Co. Cork. 

TJfiuim An & (al. Ann a, eAnAij), 497, 545 ; Dromana, on the Black - 
water, in bar of Decies without Drum, Co. Waterford. 

T)|ivnm T)Aijib|ieAc, 406 ; not identified. Cf. rtAnjAuuAji tAijm 
l/inrrmech : nA -oAigpiji ó T)|iviim -oAi|tbnech, F. M., II., p. 882, 
which shows that SlÁmje (al. StÁme) is the riv. Slaney, not 
Slane, Co. Meath. The Rennes Dinnsenchas says that it was 
so called from Dairbre Derg, one of the Aithechtuatha, who was 
slain on a ridge there, called after him, in battle against Tuathal 
Teachtmhar, king of Ireland (ob. 160 A.D. Tigcrnach), but it then 
goes on, " vel ita, Druim nAirbre, fri Bri Ele anair ; unde dicitur 
Fothairt Airbre i. Fothairt filet fri Bri anoir," which would place 
Druim Dairbaeach in Magh Dairbhreach [vid. F. M., I., p. 36, and 
Ogygia, III., p. 325), east of Bri Eile, i.e., Croghan, a hill near 
Philipstown, King's Co. ; cf. also L. B. Lee, 443, b. 17. 

T)fuiim T)Aoite, 53; Dromdeely, on the riv. Deel, Co. Limerick, 
mentioned in Taxation of the 5th year of Charles I. as a 
vicariate between Askeaton and Dunmoylan. 

"Oún "bthnne (bómne), 727, 1101 ; a barony in Co. Meath, from which 
a branch of the Butler family derives its title. 

T)ún CeAfimn-tt, 435; an ancient fort on the old Head of Kinsale, 
Co. Cork , also called *Oun tfhc pÁ-onAi^. 



INDEX LOCORUM. 207 

Dúti jCtÁijie, 441 ; perhaps situated on StiAb ^CLAn/ie, a mountain 
Galbally, in bar. of Coshlea, Co. Limerick ; but cf. gtÁijie ór- 
■oún glÁijie in eilib, S. G., II., p. 477. 

T)un ^Cjiou, 441 ; a fort on St/iAb sCjiou (in English, Mount Grud), 
in bar. of Clanwilliam, Co. Tipperary. 

*Oún T)fton£Áin, 1056 ; Drangan, in bar. of Middlethird, Co. Tip- 
perary. 

T)tm lArc, 442, 1520; T)ún lAfCAc, 1100; ancient name of CAÚAifi 
T)únA lAfCAig, now the town of Cahir, in S. of Co. Tipperary. 

Gun L1A5, 442; perhaps for T)vin rfií I1A5, Duntryleague, near Gal- 
bally, in bar. of Coshlea, Co. Limerick. 

Otin-tiop -au *OÁí;t)A, 1430, a very ancient fort on the Boyne, near 
Stackallan, co. Meath. 

éAftoip, 292, usually eofióip, Europe. 

CAf pAm, /., gs., eAfpAme, 1002; eArpÁm', 579, Spain; vid. SpÁin. 

éi£ipu, ns., 1254; gs., éi^ipue, 1265 ; ds., Y-an é., 1217 ; ón é., 1245, 
Egypt. 

éi|te,/., Ireland; ns., 573, 990, 1117, 1253. 1275 ; gs., éijieAnn, 212, 
940 1313, 1401, ua héijteAnn, 481, 1032, 1168 ; ds., eijunti, 566, 
801, 1112, 1328 ; vs., 549, 1377. 'Hsec insola V vocubala tenet, 
1. éjnu -J bAnbA *J poulA -J pÁit -j etcA,' gloss on S. Eiech's 
Hymn, Lib. Hym., p. 103 ; besides, a variety of epithets mostly 
formed from names of ancient kings are used, such as : clÁfi An 
conióit, 1016 ; clÁfi f?uini-ó, 1106; ctÁji IoJa tíorhÚA, 45 ; clAn" 
feinufteAcuA tníteA*ó moifi, 989 ; cjiíoc ConntA, 995 ; An cfiíoc 
fo puijic pA|ttAtóm, 1182; cnioó ífi, 1403; fonn t)AnbA, 1149; 
ponn-thúfi péi-ólim, 1004 ; éAcc-'ponn pnn-peirhin, 1080 ; iaú 
§Ae-óit jtAif, 1286; mir oijfóeAfic éibi|i, 1162; au mir 
nAomcA tléilt ir ttuAT)Au, 1458; imr ua neAt/tu, 1157; míon- 
ctÁfi CuAÚAit, 1397; múfi bAnbA, 1089; múji -jiei-óe -péi-ólim, 
593; oijieAji péi-ótim, 1052, 1088; feAnrhÁÚAiji mAicne tníleA-ú, 
1176; cífi An CAitjmn, 1201; úft^ofiu íft, 850; vid. t>AnOA, 
■pÁit, -po-otA. 

eocAitt, 454 ; Youghal, Co. Cork. 

pÁit, only in gs. here, in names of Ireland, Ájro-niAJ pÁit, 33 ; ponn- 
iriAJ pÁit, 448 ; cAonVmir pÁit, 557 ; feAfiAib pÁit, men of 
Ireland, 1198; mif pÁit, 1366. 



208 INDEX LOCORUM. 

■pÁriAiT), /., 433 ; Fanad, peninsula situated between L. Swilly and 

Mulroy Bay. Co. Donegal, [g. -pÁnAT)]. 
JTeoifi, /, gs. } peoijte, 103, 911 ; the riv. Nore, in Co. Kilkenny. 
]To-oU, Ireland ; gs., 1093, 1573 ; m p., 126, 141, 222, 1438 ; vs., 37 ; 

rid. t)AnbA. 
PfiéArhAmn, féAfi-gofiu p., Ireland, 596; pjieAtriAirm, Frewin, a hill 

to the west of toe Uaiji, L. Owel in Co. Westmeath ; [for é cf.h\ 

■pjtém-dmn, W.] 

5Alt-úifi, 1052, foreign soil, the Pale. 

gleAnn CAOin, 444, a glen at the foot of StiAb CAOin, q. v. [cf. ua 

bfiiAm riA cceAtt -j ^leAn-oA CAom, 23 C. 23, p. 204]. 
gteAt-m CfiAoibe, 444; perhaps Glencree, Co. Wicklow, or in the 

territory of Fir na Craoibhe, Co. Derry. 
gteAnn pÁipe, 444, a glen near Sliabh Mis in Co. Kerry, vid. For. 

feasa, p. 294. 
5féi5, 112, Greece. 

Imf eAt^A, 10 ; noble island, i.e., Ireland. 

téiú-ctoc, 564, for Ctoc ti At, Cloghlea, a castle on the riv. Funshion, Co. 
Cork ; cf. CunrunAc nA ctoice téiúe, Tuireamh na hEireann, 1.398. 

t/iof CeAjtbmtt, gs. (cAiú)-Lir- C, 1000, Liscarroll, a town in bar. of 
Orrery, Co. Cork. Taken by the Irish, August, 1642 ; relieved 
the day following by Inchiquin ; retaken by the Irish, 1646. 

Life, 912, the riv. Liffey, flowing into Dublin Bay. 

Laoi, 564, the riv. Lee, Co. Cork. 

tTlACAijie CAifit, 1467, the plain extending from Cashel to Thurles. 
tTlAJ Íoúa, 436, a fertile plain in the bar. of Raphoe, Co. Donegall, now 

called the Lagan. 
1TIA5 tTlAom, 436, a plain lying around the town of Loughrea, Co. 

Galway, usually called tTlAonrriA§, and anglicised Moinmoy. 
ITIÁ15, the river Maigue, Co. Limerick ; gs., mÁije, 489 ; ds., 54, 564. 
mÁlAmn, 436, Malin, a promontory in N. of Inis Eoghain, Co. 

Donegall. 
triAnAinti, 434, Mannin, near Clifden in Connemara. There is a Dun- 

manann near Fermoy ; cf. cÁ hÁitte mírt tTlAnAinne, Top. 

Poems, p. 104. 



INDEX LOCORUM. 209 

ttlAot-cnoc ^-ftéine, vid. Cnoc Sftéme. 

tní-óe, 931, Meath, toiji ir tiAfi tia m., East and West Meath. 

mui|i ttuAT>, 1221, 1255, Red Sea. 

tnóuA, 196, vid. t)Aile An tflóuA. 

murriA,/., efó., rnurÚAin, 930, 1073, Munster, called cúi^eAT) T)Áifie, 

462, ctÁift-iAÚ Cuijic, 1467, cjiíoca Ctnfic, 57. 
tnúji íTlir, 1061, the fortress of Mis, seems to be applied here to 

Liscarroll. 

(At)) tlÁr, Naas, in Co. Kildare; gs., An nÁir, 576; ds., ón nÁr, 42, 
called also tnÁr tiA fiioj and tlÁr LAi^eAn, formerly capital of 
Leinster. 

Óiji-Lior, 123, Dim an Oir(?) or Fort del or, a fort on an island in 

Smerwick harbour, in bar. of Corkaguiny, Co. Kerry. 
Ói|t-tiof C00ÚA15 ÓAot mb^eA^, 42, epithet of Ireland. 

pofic tAiftje, 442, town of Waterford. 

TtÁú, gs.. n& ÍIÁÚA, 537, Charleville, in bar. of Orrery, Co. Cork. 

UÁÚ UAf Ann, 443, a large rath on Cnoc TtAjTAnn, formerly called XlÁt 

íIaoi, near Cahir, Co. Tipperary. 
Rinn C|tu, 498, Rincrew, in bar. of Coshbride, Co. Waterford. 
tloirh, An ÍIÓ11T), 290, Rome ; used figuratively in, A ílóith nA £ctiAfi, 

1479, t. e.y Cathair Dim Iascaigh ; vid. Vocab. 
tlor, gs., tloif , 1057 ; Kilrush, near Athy, Co. Kildare. Thomas 

Butler, brother of James, 4th Baron Dunboyne, fell here. 

SACfAm, gen., SACfAn, 138, 221, d. SAcrAib, the English, England. 
SeAnA-o, gs., SeAnAix>, 545, Shanid, a castle of the Fitzgeralds, Earls 

of Desmond, near Shanagolden, in bar. of Shanid, Co. Limerick. 
Six) tleAnuA, 435, ancient name of Mullaghshee near Lanesborough, 

Co. Roscommon. 
SionnA, /., gs., SionnA, 912, the riv. Shannon ; [cf. ím rjiuú 

nA Sm-oA, Bodl. Dinn., p. 21, but óuhA SmAnn co y AIJ151, S. G. t 

p. 42]. 
Smifi,/., the riv. Suir ; ns., An cSitnfi, 1517; gs., Sitnjie, 193, 910, 

-peAn5-Siui|ie, the graceful Suir, 1102. 
StÁmJe (al. SlÁme), 406, the riv. Slaney ; vid. *Ofitnm T)AifibfieAc. 

O 



210 INDEX LOCORUM. 

Stéibue Ó mbÁ\\]\i&, 440, Slieve Margy, mts. in bar. of same name, 
Queen's Co.; [for this form, cf., Top. Poems, p. 86; al., St. Q 
rnt)Aifiche, St. triAi^e, etc], 

StiAb AlpA, 350, the Alps. 

StiAb Á\\t>ac, 439, Slieve Ardagh, in bar. of same name, Co. Tipperary. 

StiAb bA^nA, 437 ; Slieve Baune, in E. of Co. Roscommon. 

StiAb CAoin, 439 ; now Slieve Reagh, or Seefin, in bar. of Coshlea, 
Co. Limerick. 

StiAb 5CtAi|te, 429 ; a mt. near Galbally, in bar. of Coshlea, Co. 
Limerick. 

StiAb jCjiou, 438 ; Mount Grud,in bar. of Clanwilliam, Co. Tipperary. 

StiAb jCua, 500 ; Slieve Gua, in parish of Sheskinan, bar. of Decies- 
without-Drum, Co. Waterford, formerly name of whole range 
now known as Cnoc ttlAOit *OorrmAi5. 

StiAb 5 Am, 437 ; Slieve Gamh, Co. Sligo, often wrongly translated 
Ox Mountains. 

StiAb iji, 439. One version of the story of the death of Ir, says he 
was buried at Cajiu íft, which may be on StiAb ífi. 

StiAb íTiif, 438 ; (1) Slieve Mish, between Castlemain and Tralee, 
Co. Kerry ; (2) Slemish, near Ballymena, Co. Antrim, on which 
St. Patrick spent his captivity. The former is more probably 
intended here. 

StiAb nA mbAn, 437 ; Slievenaman, on the borders of Middlethird 
and Iffa and Offa East, Co. Tipperary. 

StiAb S1Ó111, 396, 621; Mount Sion, in Palestine; [Sióin is a dis- 
syllable, 621]. 

StiAb stÁu^A (StÁine MSS.), 438 ; Slieve Donard, Co. Down. 

SpÁin, gs., SpÁme, 536 ; ds., inr- au SpÁin, 561 ; Spain, vid. 
eAfpÁin. 

Sjiuú SeA^f a, 433 ; Boyle River, Co. Roscommon. SeA^Aif is said 
by O'Don., F. M., anno 499, to tlie name of the Curlieu hills, but 
it is the name of the stream ace. to Lughaidh Cléirigh : 
'poji bfiú nA Se^fA, ob ip-oe, -oo úaou a toe Ceicheu, *oia 
n^AjiAji t)vntt An UAU-f a,' Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Ui Dhomhnaill, 
p. 76. 

CAtriAn, 434; Tawin Island, Tawin point, in Gal way Bay, near 
Clairinbridge ; cf. po ^Ab UArnAn Caidau jinro, Oss., V., 288 ; 
|tinn CAiVimn 1 tneAT>[un§e, For. feasa, p. 194. 



INDEX LOCORUM. 211 

CeAvhAifi, 1363 ; Tara, in bar. of Skreen, Co. Meath. The epithet 

tiA n^iAlt, 1363, is derived from *Outúa nA n 51 Alt, one of the 

forts there still remaining. 
Ci|t Cuiftc, 682, Munster ; U. Cumn, ibid., N. Ireland ; U. ptomn, 

ib d., Munster; U. CftioriicAm, ibid., Leinster. 
Conn CtioT>nA, 60 ; wave of Ctiox>nA, who was drown in Cuau "Oofi, 

Glandore Harbour, in S. of Co. Cork. 
CfiAoi, Troy, in Asia Minor ; ns., An U., 112 ; gs., ha C. toifi, 676; 

nA C. reo referred to CAÚAift *Oúm lArc, Cahir, in Co. Tipperary, 

1512. 
CjtiAn, gs., An ufieAtiA meAxxSm, 728; Middlethird, a bar. in Co. 

Tipperary, in which Cashel is situated. It is usually called 

An cftiAn meAX)ótiAC. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



xVóatti, gs., xVóahtí, 588 ; Adam. 

xVóbof uaó, 254 ; Adhbhortach, usually Abof cac ; cf. Ábof caó triAC 
An 1ot-T)AtAi5, one of the chiefs of the Cuaúa T)é TMnAnn, 
an eminent musician (Oss., III., p. 116); there was also an 
AbAftCAc, son of Aithirne the poet, (M. <£■ C. t III., p. 372). 

,Attmc<vÓAc, 230; one of the tribe called Síol n-AnmcA-ÓA, who 
inhabited tke bar. of Longford, Co. Gal way, and the parish of 
Lusmagh, on the E. of the Shannon, in King's Co. 

-Ao-ó, 1539 ; king of Minister, 595-600 A.I). 

^o-ó eAn^Ac, 737 ; Aodh the Valiant, or " Aedh the Avenger, the 
prophesied avenger of the wrongs of Ireland," Hennessy on the 
foil, passage in Annals of Loch Cé : 'ocuf "oo fAeitex) 5U f bé 
atiu Ae-o e^nccAch -oo UAifn^e-oAf fÁi-ói ocuf fiffix) é,' II., 
p. 308 ; cf. 'if m mbliAT)Ain fi -oo bói auc Ao-ó bféia ffiff 
AfÁiuui m cAbofUAc,' ibid., II., p. 252. An u-Ao-o eAti5Ach 
also mentioned twice in a poem by Conaing Buidhe Maoil- 
chonaire, "A feiteAj Iaoc teice Cumn." 

Aon^uf teAf ac, 255 ; also called Aonjuf An "bf 05A, one of the chiefs 
of the Tuatha Dé Danann, generally identified with Aon^uf mAC 
An T)Á5"óa, though the latter is enumerated separately, 259. 

Aonguf mAC An 'OÁg'ÓA, vid. Aon^uf teAfAc. 

A\\ z, gs., -Aific, 460, 1328 ; Art Aenfhear, son of Conn Céadchathach, 
and king of Ireland, 220-250 A.D. 

Ac-guAife, 738; the second Guaire, q.v. 

bAoifcne, grandfather of "ponn, q.v. 

bAf f ac, 227, 537, 902 ; one of the Barry family. 

bén n f , 76, 128, 978 ; Venus, Roman goddess of beauty. 

betfAbúb, 1306 ; Beelzebub ; [cf. -j a uadaijic An-ifef n ITlÁitmAnuAif 

ocuf SAitemAif octif belpbub, 1. nA cmn cfttiAi^ Af tugA 

cf ócAif e a n-ifefn, S. G., p. 42]. 



INDEX NOMJNUM. 2LD 

bjnAn-puil, 538; the descendants of Brian Boróimhe, king of Ire- 
land, 1002-1014 A.D. 

btnctéAfiAc, 736 ; one of the family of Butler. The Butlers took 
the name of 1TIac piAjiAir. 

t)«ictéi|t, éAmorm, or éAmonn ITIac piAjiAir, 723, 724, 751, 805, 816, 
1034, 1038, 1349-1472 ; Edmund Butler, third Baron Dunboyne, 
born 1595, succeeded to the title, 1621, and died 17th March, 
1640, at his seat at Kiltinan {vid. 1. 854). He married Margaret 
(vid. 1. 1098), daughter of Lord Cahir, and had issue James, 
who succeeded to title, joined in war of 1641, went beyond the 
seas, and was declared nocent at the Restoration, 1660, Thomas 
and John (vid. 11. 981-1116). 

binttéijt, SeA^Án, 11. 981-1116; John Butler, son of Edmund 
Butler, third Baron Dunboyne, q.v. He fell (1. 1061) at mú|i 
mif, which seems to mean Liscarroll (vid. 11. 1059-1060), 1642 
A.D. 

binder, SéAmAr, 126-244. James Butler, son of Walter, 11th Earl 
of Ormond (called IajiIa Cntnc An cócaiji, 194) and Hellena, 
eldest daughter of Edmond, 2nd Vise. Mountgarret (called An 
AinneAji OAijtji-pionn ón tnórA, 196). He was the younger 
brother (róir eAji, 132) of Thomas, Lord Thurles (born about 1587) 
father of James, first Duke of Ormond. He died young in Eng- 
land (cf. 11. 131, 138). 

btnuléifi, ComÁr-, 11. 981-1116 ; Thomas Butler, brother of John and 
son of Edmund, third Baron Dunboyne, q.v. He fell in the 
defeat at Tlor. This must be Kilrush, near Athy, Co. KiWare, 
where, on the 15th April, 1642, Ormond defeated the Irish under 
Mountgarrett. Cox says : " There was not much execution 
done, the number of slain not exceeding 500, amongst which 
were the Lord Dunboyne's brother, the Lord Ikerrin's son, and 
Colonel Kavenagh." Bib. Angl., II., p. 106. 

bujicAc, 235, 901, one of the Burke family. 

CAer-Aji, 289, Julius Caesar, conqueror of Gaul and first emperor of 
Rome, 100-34 B.C. In 1. 329, An CAer-Afi is used as a common 
name for emperor ; cf, Kaiser, Tsar. 

CAilbm, 1031, Calvin a Protestant reformer, 1509-1564 A.D. 

CAjit-pviit, 538, the family of MacCarthy ; cf, fvnt Ca^uac, 897 
clAnn CÁjtÚAi^, 223. 



214 INDEX NOMINUM. 

Caúaí mAC Aot>a, 1539, Cathal, king of Munster, died 620 A.D. (F. M.) 

He reigned 20 years according to Seaghan Ua Dubhagáin.* 
Ciau mAC OitioLlA (Ottnm), 898, Cian, son of Oilioll Olum, slain 

(241 A.D.) in the battle of Samhain, now Cnoc SAtrmA, near 

Bruree, Co. Limerick, by Cormac, son of Art, king of Ireland. 
CtAnn itlileAX), 579, the Gasdhil, descendants of Mile, q. v. 
CtAnn rSeAtjiA, 225 j the family of Ua 'OonncA-ÓA eo^AHAcuA tocA 

Léin. 
Ctíox>nA, 60, 521, Clíodhna, daughter of Geanann, drowned in Glan- 

dore Harbour, Co. Cork. Tonn Chliodhna, a heavy surging 

swell in this harbour is one of the three celebrated waves in 

Irish legend. 
CobtAc CaoI mbjteAJ, 42, king of Ireland, 285-268 B.C. ; buried 

in Cruachan, L. U., 51, a, 10. 
CotiU, 995, Conla, king of Ireland, 216-213 B.C. (O'Flah.) ; called 

C. CAeth by F. M., but C. cjiuait) ceAt^Ac, For. feasa, p. 360. 
Conn, 274, 682, Conn Céad-chathach, king of Ireland, 177-212 A.D. 

(O'Flah.) The northern half of Ireland is called from him 

LeAt Cuirm. 
Cojic, 57, 682, 1467, Core, king of Munster, one of the council of 

nine who revised the Irish laws, 438 A.D. 
CftAif:uine, 258, Craiftine, a celebrated harper in the reign of Labh- 

radh Loingseach, 268-254 B.C. {O'Flah.); vid. For. feasa, pp. 

353-361. 
C|\iotr»tAinn, 682, Criomhthainn, king of Leinster and afterwards of 

Ireland, 74-90 A.D. (O'Flah.) Mt 8 B.C.— 9 A.D. (F.M.), and 19 

B.C.— 4 A.D. (For. feasa). 
Cttiofc, Christ, 385, 541, 604, 606,. 1260, 1305. 

(Aw) *OÁ5-óa, 159, Eochaidh Ollathair, surnamed the Dághdha, king 

of the Tuatha Dé Danann. 
OÁibi, 397, David, king of Israel, 1055-1015 A.D. 
OÁijAe, 462, Dáire, king of W. Munster, in first cent. B.C. 
Aw) T)Att, 608, an epithet of Longinus, the soldier who pierced our 

Lord's side with a lance at the crucifixion. 
* The dates and the order of succession of these kings of 
Cahir or Munster, Flann, Fáilbhe, Eochaidh, Fionnghuime, and 
Cathal, 11. 1529-1540, differ considerably in all the Annals and his- 
torical poems. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 215 

•OAot^uf, 256, Daolghus. He is mentioned H. 5, 10, p. 38 (39), 
'tlí jiAib -Aon^uf tiA XíAotJtip nA T)Áifie : nÁ tTlAnAnnAn uaji 
feAfibclÁfi fÁite. *Oúr> T)Aol5upA occurs in eAcufiA In^eAn 
*OiAfimA*oA, £?. J., No. 105, p. 342, and ^up tfieAr-sAifi -o'a 
c|t é An b tulle: 50 n-oeAfitiA "óe -oÁ *ÓAot5uf, ibid. 

"OéifTOjie, 671, wife of Naoise and heroine of the story Loingeas 
Mac n-Uisnigh. Also a common female name, 1. 61. 

T)éip5, 461, 499, the Decies, a tribe, originally seated near Tara in 
Meath (where two baronies still retain the name). Expelled 
thence by Cormac, son of Art (3rd cent. A.D.) they occupied 
all Co. Waterford, east of the Blackwater (Southern Decies), 
and the plain of Magh Feimhin, i.e., the baronies of Middlethird 
and Iffa and Offa east, Co. Tipperary (Northern Decies). 

TJub-joilt, 1029, the Danes (lit. dark foreigners), here the English- 

éAOA, 321, 388, Eve. CtAnn éAbA, the human race, 

é<dccof(, 676, Hector, son of Priam, king of Troy. t)eAn é-Acuoift, 

Andromache. 
éibeAfi, 561, 1162, 1526. Éibhear, son of Gollamh, i.e., of Mile Eas- 

páine, ancestor of the Gsedhil. On the partition of Ireland, the 

southern half fell to Kibhear. 
éijieArhón, 899, Eireamhón, brother of Eibhear. The northern half 

of Ireland fell to his lot. 
eocAi-ó Leit-"óeAH5, 1533, king of Cahir or Munster. Probably the 

same as Eochaidh Baillderg, grandfather of Aodh Caomh, king 

of Munster, 571-601. There was another Eochaidh, king of 

Munster, who died 523 A.D. 
eo^An, 224, Eoghau, son of Niall Naoi-ghiallach (q.v.), ancestor of the 

northern Ui Néill. 

pÁitbe fiAÍ, 1531, also called pÁitbe plAnn, king of Munster, 627 
636 A.D. 

-péix)lim, 1004, 1052, 1088, Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar, son of Tuathal 
Teachtmhar, and king of Ireland, 164-174 A.D. (.O'Flah.). He 
was the father of Conn Céad-chathach. 

ponn ua t)Aoifcne, 674 ; Fionn, grandson of Baoiscne. His father 
was Cumhal. He is very celebrated in Irish poetry, as com- 
mander-in-chief of the Fianna Eireann. He was slain at Ath 
Brea, on the Bourn, by Aichleach, 283 A.D. IF. if.). 



216 INDEX NOMINUM. 

ponn-joitt, 1005, 1026 ; the Norwegians, (lit. the fair-haired 

foreigners), so called to distinguish them from the TJub-joill 
{q.v.) or Danes ; applied here to the Normans, 
ponnjtnne, 1537 ; king of Munster, grandson of Aodh {q.v.), reigned 

17 years, 666-683 A.D., (Ua Dubhagáin ; but 677-696 A.D. 

(Won., M. /?.). 
ptAnn CAtju\c, 1529 ; king of Cahir. According to O'Donovan, 

Aodh, father of Cathal {q.v.), was called Aedh Flanncathrach. 

(M. E., Table facing p. 340.) 

gAtl, 536, 856, 1202 ; a foreigner, first applied to the Danes, after- 
wards to the Normans and English. 

gAe-óeAt 5tAf, 1166, 1286, 1378 ; Gasdheal Glas, son of Niul and 
Scota. From him the Gaedhil derive their name (For. feasa, 
p. 236). 

gAe-óit (5aoit)iI), the Gsedhil, Irish, 92, 856, 1026 ; also called 
SAr-p^vó SpÁine, 536; éijieAnnAiJ, 1153; ctAnn (rrnc) rhíleA-ó 
(vid. íflíle) ; fioti-gAOi-óeAÍ, 1142, 1147; pine gAoróeAt, 1159; 
ri*i £ÁiL, 1198; mAicne stófiriiAn' Jaoi-óiI, 1166. 

"CeAttAluAc, gpl., 537, a Geraldine, one of the family of Fitzgerald ; 
gs., fliocc ah geAjtAluAij, 227, the Geraldines. 

Conm-rtAit, 669; Gormfhlaith. Her death is recorded in F. J/., 
anno 946 : ^ojimptAit in^eAn plAmt) rrnc fllAoilechtAinn, 
tn'otAn lléilt gtunmnb xyecc lAji n-Aicjiicce "oíocjia ida 
rAittmteACUAib "| -ooÁilcibh. She was married first to Cormac 
Mac Cullenan, king of Munster ; then to Cearbhall, king of 
Leinster, and finally to Niall Glundubh (vid. . 670), king of Ire- 
land. Many poems are attributed to her. The following poem 
is referred to in 1. 669 :— 

t)A robjiAi5 CeA^tbAU -oo jjiér, 
t>A fob|AAi5 a bé p 50 bÁf, 
An jto bAOi "OA cio|tu ^An cior, 
CAinxeAlt Af a monu f|ti DÁr. 

Olc ojunrA curnAtm -oa ^aíI, 
tTlA|\bfAC tliAtt -| CeAjibAtt 
CeA|\bAtl Ia bulb, coniAll ngle, 
niAll ^tún-oub Ia h-AíúlAi-óe. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 217 

The Annals of Clonmacnoise state, that "after all these 

royal marriages, she begged from door to door, forsaken of 

all her friends and allies, and glad to be relieved by her 

inferiors." 
£ott mAC mófmA, 207 ; Goll, son of Mórna, chief of the pArmA 

ContiAcc, slew Cumhal, father of Fionn {q.v.), at the battle of 

Cnucha (Castleknock, Co. Dublin). 
5|iÁinne, 1550; Gráinne, daughter of Cormac, king of Ireland, 

whose elopement with Diarmaid, grandson of Duibhne, forms 

the subject of the well-known-story, CójttnseAcc T)iA|tmAT)A -j 

5jiÁirme. 
5|iéi5, 1296 ; the Greeks ; £>Af jiat> St^S * s an epithet of the 

Milesians from their sojourn in the eastern islands of the 

Mediterranean. The term is also applied to the Fitzgeralds. 
5|ieArAc, 256 ; Greasach, an artificer, who worked for Laoghaire, 

son of Niall, king of Ireland, 428-463 A.D. (M. & C, p. 338). 
SuAijie, 211, 829, 1368; Guaire Aidhne, king of Connacht (ob. 662 

A.D.), celebrated for his hospitality. 

lAjttA pne 5 Alt, 932 ; Earl of Fingall. 

U\jttAoi Coijt "j UiA|t nA iní-óe, 931 ; Earls of East and West Meath. 

Iason, 869 ; leader of the Argonautic expedition to Colchis to gain 
possession of the golden fleece. 

io r A, 541, 1310, 1346; Jesus Christ. 

ífi, 565, 801, 850, 1403 ; Ir, son of Mile, drowned in the expedition of 
the Gsedhil to Ireland, and buried at Sceit^ tfhcil, off the S.W. 
coast of Kerry. From him are descended "the race of Conall 
Cearnach in Laoighis, the race of Fergus Mac Roigh in Conmaicne 
Connacht, Corcamruaidh and Ciaruidhe Mumhan, the Muintear 
Dhuibhidhir and the Muintear Riain in Munster." (For. feasa, 
p. 302.) 

IfjiAet {trisyllable), CtArm 1f jiAet, 1217, 1253 ; the Children of Israel. 

1c, ys., lot a, 900. Ith, son of Breogan, and uncle of Mile, was sent 
from Spain as ambassador to Ireland before the arrival of the 
Gaedhil. On his return from Aileach in Inis Eoghain, he was 
attacked by Mac Coll and slain at Magh Iotha, q.v. 

ÍA151U, npl., gpl., lAijeAn, dpi., ÍAijmb, 1064; the Lagenians or 
Leinstermen. 



218 INDEX NOMINUM. 

lA0i5if, gen. } tAoigre, 572 ; Laoighis or Leix, tribe inhabiting the 
southern and eastern portion of Queen's County. The LAocfiAi-oe 
1/A0i5f e are the Uí Mórdha and neighbouring septs. 

ttij, <js., L05A, 45, Lugh, also called Lu^aix) LÁthf a-oa or the long- 
armed, a chief of the Tuatha Dé Danann and king of Ireland 
for 40 years. 

l/uJAix> LuAijne, gs., túig-óeAé, 1370, Lughaidh, son of Ionnadmhar, 
and king of Ireland, 76-61 B.C. (O'Flah.) 

túireiji, 1491, 1305, Luther, a Protestant reformer, 1483-1546 
A.D. 

true peofiAir, 235, the Irish name adopted by the Berminghams. 

true geAfiAiU:, p. 38, 1. 2, the Irish name of the Fitzgeralds. 

true 5eAftAitr, SeA5Án Ó5, 476, John Oge Fitzgerald, Lord 
of the Decies, born 1580, succeeded to title 1608, died 1st 
March, 1626. 

true tnvnjUf, 229, the Irish name adopted by the Fitzmaurices of 
Kerry. 

true piAfiAir, (tnÁj piA]iAir, 1464), the Irish name adopted by the 
Butlers, vid. buicteiji. 

tnÁijte (mi;eAn An CiorógAi^), 1591, Mary Cusack, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Cusack of Cussington and Lismullen, Co. Meath, Lord 
Chancellor of Ireland, married Sir Theobald Butler, third 
Lord Cahir (ob. 21 April. 1596). She was included with 
her son Thomas (-oeAJ-niAc tnÁijie, 1. 1561), fourth Lord 
% Cahir, "in a free and general pardon (dated 27 May, 1601), 
for all treasons and crimes committed before the 22nd of that 
month." Thomas was born 1568, succeeded to title 1596, and 
died 1627 A.D. 

tTUnAnnÁn, 2ó7, 935, Manannan mac Lir. u CennAije AmfiA bói 
Ammr tTUriAtro. 1r é tuAm Af -oeAch bói AniAfichAji eojipA, 
etc. Inde Scoti et Brittones turn deum vocaverunt maris ; et inde 
filium maris esse dixerunt, 1., mAC Liji, mAC mAjiA et de nomine 
tn An Arm An 1mr tTUnAn-o dictxs est." Corm. Gl. 

tTUiH5|téi5 (mjeAn ttlic jOiAjiAir) 1098, Margaret Butler, daughter 
of Thomas, 4th Baron Cahir (1568-1627 A.D.), married Edmond 
Butler (vid. II. 633-918), to whom she bore James, 4th Lord 
Dunboyne, Thomas and John {vid. II. 981-1116), etc. She died 
in Dublin, 1632 A.D. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 219 

meA*ób, gs.y tneÁ*óbA, 431, 460, Meadhbh or Meave, the celebrated 
Queen of Connacht, at the commencement of the Christian era. 
Cfiíoc 1TleÁ"óbA, 460, Connacht ; Cofifi-cntnc trieÁ-óbA, 331, Cofiji- 
fliAb tiA S@A5fA or the Curlew Mts., on the borders of Ros- 
common and Sligo. 

mite, gs. f míteA-ó, 579, 899, 1006, 1140, 1152, 1188, 1321, mite, 
1009. Mile or Milesius, whose proper name was Gollamh, the 
ancestor of the Gaedhil, hence CWm tflíteA-ó, tTlic tfliteAT), 
etc., vid. gAe-óit. 

mvnrhneAc, a Munsterman, gpl., 1599. 

muitie, the Blessed Virgin Mary ; a tflmfie, ip cjiuAJ, 1171. 

ruoire (idac thrnis), 205, 672, husband of Deirdre, q.v. 

néi-oe, 116, Neidhe, son of Adhna, a sage, druid, and poet in the 
reign of Conch obar mac Nessa, at the commencement of the 
Christian era. 

néjto, 290, Nero, emperor of Rome, born 37, succeeded 54, died 68 
A.D. He persecuted the Christians. The burning of Rome, 
64 A.D., is said to have been his deliberate work. 

matt, gs. 9 imp néitt, 1. éifte, Niall Naoighiallach, king of Ireland 
(379-405 A.D.), killed on the banks of the riv. Loire in France 
by Eochaidh, son of Enna Ceinnsealach, while attacking the 
Romans in France. On one of his expeditions St. Patrick was 
saken captive and brought to Ireland. 

niAtt (5lún-T>ub), 670, Niall, son of Aodh Fmnlaith, husband of 
^oftm-flAit (q.v.), and monarch of Ireland. Slain in battle 
against the Danes at Ceall Mosamhóg, in Co. Dublin, at the 
foot of the mountain of the same name, 17th Oct., 917. 

nuA"ÓA, gs., niiAx>AU, 1457, Nuadha Airgeadlámh, king of the Tuatha 
Dé Danann. 

nuA-50111, npl., 1017, the new foreigners, the English adventurers 
of the 16th and 17th centuries, as distinguished from the SeAn- 
§01 It or Normans (1. 1001). 

6 CobÚAij, €ax>5, 265 ; a celebrated harper, subject of the poem 

Cia An f A01 (11. 245-284). This family produced many famous 

poets and harpers ; vid. Index, F. M. 
D1I10VI, gs., OiliottA, 898 ; Olioll Olum, son of Mogh Nuadhat, and 

king of Munster, ob. 237 A.D. (O'Flah.), ancestor of most of the 

Munster clans. 



220 INDEX NOM1NUM. 

Oi pin, 673 ; Oisin, son of Fionn, son of Cumhal, the hero of many a 

SceAt piAnntni;eAcuA. 
Ope Aft, 206 ; the son of Oisin, son of Fionn, slain in the battle of 

Gabhra Aichle, 284 A.D. (F. M.) ; cf. or cajvoa in Vocab. 

pÁ-ofiuiz;, 544, 1457 ; St. Patrick, apostle of Ireland. His missionary 

labours in Ireland began 432 A.D. 
pAftcAtón, 1182; Parthalón, son of Seara, the legendary leader of 

the first colony to Ireland, called riAt-rtiAc SeAfiA, 1359. 
peATMfi, 544 ; St. Peter, the head of the Apostles, 
pjiím, gs., pjtime, 675; Priam, king of Troy, at the time of the 

Trojan War. 

UÓ13, 900 ; Róigh, son of Ros, son of Rudhraighe. ]?uit UÓ15 is 
the descendants of Fergus, con of Róigh, who went into exile on 
account of the murder of the children of Uisneach, to Meadhbli 
(q.v.) t queen of Connacht. 

RóirueAC, 227, 903 ; one of the Roche family. 

tluAjtcAc, 231 ; one of the family of Ua Ruairc, chief of Breifne. 

{Aw) SAOfi, 613 ; the artificer, creator ; i.e., God. 

Scáúac, 527 ; celebrated Scottish lady, who kept a military academy 

in the island of Skye. 
SeAJÁn Ó5, 476 ; vid. ttlAc ^eófiAitr, SeA^Án Ój. 
SeAn-joill, npl., 1001, the old foreigners ; i.e., the Normans, as dis- 
tinguished from the nuA-goitt, (q.v.). 
SeAjiA, 1359 ; the father of Parthalón, {q.v.). 
SéAjilAf mó|i, 291 ; Charlemagne, born 742, became king of the 

Franks 768, Emperor of Rome 800, and died 814 A.D. 
Siot mb^iAin, 224 ; the descendants of Brian, king of Ireland, 1002- 

1014 A.D. ; i.e., the O'Briens, etc. 
Siol jCeAttAig, 230 ; the O'Kellys of Ui Maine, in Connacht. 
Síol jCéin, 225 ; the descendants of Cian, son of Oilioll Olum (q.v.); i.e., 

the O'Carrolls of Ely O'Carroll, the O'Connors of Glengiven, etc. 
Siot gConcvibAiji, 226 ; the O'Connors of Connacht. 
Síot 5CVHTW, 106 ; the descendants of Conn Céadchathach {q.v.) ; 

i.e., most of the clans of the north of Ireland. 
Siot éibiji, 561, 1526; the descendants of Eibhear, son of Mile; 

i.e., most of the families of Southern Ireland. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 221 

Gíot eo^Am, 47, 106 ; the descendants of Eoghan Mór, son of Oilioll 

Olum (q.v.) ; i.e., the Mac Carthys, O'Sullivans, O'Keeffe's, 

O'Mahonys, O'Donovans, etc. 
Síot triAoit ha mbó, 234; the descendants of Maol na mbc>, king 

of Leinster (ob. 1005 A.D.) ; i.e., the Mac Murroughs and 

Kavenaghs of Leinster. 
Síot tnófrÓA, 225 ; the O'Moore's of Leix. 
Síot míleA-ó, 1188; the descendants of Mile; i.e., the Gsedhil, in 

general. 
Síot néitt, 106, 565 ; the descendants of Niall Naoighiallach ; i.e., 

all the families of the northern and southern Uí Néill. 
Síot UÓ15, 230 j the descendants of Róigh (q.v.) and Meadhbh (q.v.) ; 

i.e., the O'Farrells, O'Loghlins, O'Connors of Kerry, etc. 
Stiocc An JeAjiAtuAiJ, 227 ; the family of the Fitzgeralds. 

CÁt, 1324; "CeAc CÁit ; "the house of Tál means the Dalcassian 
house ; so called from an ancestor of Brian, who had the sur- 
name of triAc CÁit (lit. son of the adze)," (O'C, MSS. Mat. App., 
p. 478). This ancestor was Cas, son of Conall Echluaith, king 
of Munster, 366 A.D. ( Wars of Gael and Gall, p. 247) ; cj. 
CÁtftiit, 47, 897. 

CófinA, 116, surnamed éi^eAf , poet and instructor of Niall Naoi- 
ghiallach (q.v.). 

Zuaí{a) T)é T)AnAnn, 262; the Tnatha Dé Danann, a tribe skilled in 
magic ("ooilbte), who ruled Eire, at the time of the arrival of 
the Gsedhil. For the singular Cuaú, cf. Cuau T)é T)AnAnn nA 
féA*o rtnm (For. feasa, p. 202). 

CuaúaI, 1379, surnamed CeAccmAfi, king of Ireland, 130-160 A.D. 

Ua Ao-oa, péi-ótim, 580 ; Feidhlim, grandson of Aodh Uargarbh, king 

of Munster, ob. 577. 
Ua T)OThnAitt, 233 ; O'Domhnaill of Tir-Chonaill. 
Ua T)uibne, 1550 ; Diarmaid, grandson of Duibhne, one of the Fenian 

chiefs ; viol. ^jtÁmne. 
Ua néitt, 428 ; O'Neill of Tir-Eoghain. 
Uí tlÁtAc, 428; the inhabitants of the barony, called after them, 

anglicised Iveragh, Co. Kerry. This territory belonged to the 

family of O'Shea. 



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ueisu TiA t>pte<vó Ati se&txivm ceiuirm. 



T)^ibi Wa X)\mat>am(\, a^ A"órhoUvó Se^t|Aúin Céicitm 

SeAfic nA fUA-ó An cfiobAms currijiA, 

*Oo cjiAoib jeAL-Jdt/l 1nre pÁit, 
tlAC uu£ cut fie béim a bícmbA'ó 

5éill a n^tún 511ft -oíoIa-ó t>ái5. 

SeAÚfuín Céiuinn cnú -oon rho^At, 

1TlAoi-ópix) mire Afi cÁc a cóit), 

C115 a £ofiup -oLeAcu a -oiAmfiAib 

SOÍAf CeAflU A JIIAJAll flólt). 

T)'foiltri5 onóift Áffo-ptAir: éifieAnn, 
1ul a bpjiéATÍi 'r a njéA^A 3A01I, 

Ctl^ ATlAtt T>Á mbtAX) Aft bftAT)AT), 

A]\ tiAc 5Ann fie CAb-jAll/ ctAom. 

tllOft pÁ5 pOircédt -pAttfA f?UAÚTTlAf1, 

^S u^oaji CArn ^t 1 cftíc néitt, 

*OÁ bpUAIfl $An CUfl CÚt Aft fAObAjl, 

tlún tiAc "oub fie rAO^At réin. 

T)o fC|\íob SeAg-Áti \Ja Y()u\\6At>A, a\\ a rycAX)AytA\< 
SeA%AVi n<\ HáitmeAó, popup IfeAfA a\\ Cifiirm T)ó pétn, 
-| }A\\ n-A cpíocnugxvó X)ó, po cavi : — 

Óf f?eAéc 3Ufi rcjAÍobAf An ureAncAi-óeAóc ro Céiumn ctúriiAit, 
íleAcc nA fn'ojftA-ó ip beAÚAi-ó nAom nA héifteAnn tiom, 
CÍAnnA iníleAT) ir SeAnA-goilt nA bpéinm-óe brionn, 
'S te m'AnAm 5111-óeA'ó $ac peAfifA cípeAf An fAoúAfi úx>. 



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X)o fSjAÍob An pe^ji céArmA, .1. Se^gÁn v\a R^itíne-Aó, 
m^c|Mtndil eite t>o fc^ifi An Ceiuirmig, t>o ThiceÁt 
tU Sionn^ig, S^s^c px\f\óifce Cntnc íUc^, -j |\o 
óAti : — 

te bfiofutjJA-ó mmic CÁ An c|ioinic feo 1 scftic 30 téiji, 
'tl-A ctof "otnrm jemeAtAc lon^AnuAc jiío^ftxvó ip iiAom, 
5o|iu-c|iú OiteAttd, ConAijie, Ctnnn, if tléitt, 
'S é ah *Ooccúiji S101111A13 x>o bjieitmg a fcjiíob -oo péin. 

tDice^t inAC ConcobAi|\ tlí ConcobAif\ a^ i^fAfVAit) 
Mf-Acu^ |?o|Atiif pe^f^ a\k éijimn A|\ *ótnne ^5 a ft<Mti> 
r é:— 

Á féirh-pift ciuin iríúmue nA rnbfiiAÚfiA -orAif 

'tlAfl téljl "ÓUÍU CÚflfA Ú5"OA|1 A flAJAÍ 'f A t 1 ^^' 

te u'Aoncoit búfó urrittiij; tem' jhaji 30 beAcu, 

te Céiumn ctúiriAit fiorm-puAiji Aft nsfUAn-ptAiú feAn. 

5eAttAim-fe -ovmr-fe rnAft cinjim 311^ b'éiteAiri ceAfiu 

'S a tAbAijtu 1 bf uifurn 1 n-oti^cib nA ngAcoeAt 'p A peace, 
*Oo LeAbAji opu •o'ptteA'ó, 3A11 irntteA-ó, ^An béim, 5A11 rrieAÚ, 
Hó *oÁ pici-o 5eAt-fCittinn 1 n-A ic-nAT* rnAft éijiic Af. 

1TlAotfex\ctAin tl^ CotfifiAi'óe (1. T>e^f\l3-ti)ftácAifi 
Oog^m) ótim pitip Uí tei"óm, 1 5CjAom<vó, ^5 iAf\fu\it) 
i^jmcca pof\uif jTedf^ A|\ 6i|\inn aij\ cum é T)'aic- 
fCjAÍob^t) : — 

meAfAim 3t3|i téip mnu pém 3An tneAftAi-oe, 

pé mAji nAfctnjif cjiÁú -óom, 
*Oo 3eAttA*ó pe béi^eAn bpéitfte btAfCAi*óe, 

tT)A]i Aon Ajup cneAfAmeAcc tÁiirie, 
SeAtAT) "oo fAOÚAji Óéiuinn fUAftAi*óe, 

SeAtfiA "oo teAn *oia"óacu neAirráA, 
£uaiji triAife A^tif fcéirii 5A11 bfiéi^ 1 h-a Aiépcfiíob, 

Ue fAobAfi-cpob *oeAf SeAjÁm ctÁpAi^. 



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Life of Geoffrey Keating, D.D. ... 

Dates of Poems 

Sources 

Metre 

Addenda ... 

mitif An CeAn^A An jAe-óeAlj ... 

mo fteAnnAcc LeAU, a Scjiibmn ... 

Óm Sceot Aji -áji"o-iriA5 pÁit 

T)o ÓAfiAf CAfi Aon An *Oéifrofte "OeAJ-sntiipeAc 

1Tlo tí)jión mo Ceouuifire Ctéib if CjtonJe 

tic ! 1r UjitJAj mo J^Aif on gleo-bfioro 

Cia An Saoi te SemnueAjt ad Cjiuic 

■pÁi-ó-bjiéA^Ac An SA05AI So 

tÁ T)Á rtAb-ór aji rriAi"oin 30 pÁtiAc 

A éifie ttlAOjfÓA nA triAOilinn mbÁn 

CAom Cú péin, a *Óume t)oicc ... 

T)|tuiT)i-ó SuAr, a CuAine An CAOince 

A "ÓeAn LÁn *oo ScuAim 

mófi Anujiom 1nre t)AnbA 

mo c-fiuAije ttiaji cÁ éifte 

míifCAit -oo tfhpneAc, a t)AnbA ... 

A t)AnbA boj-om *ÓonA "ÓuAibreAc 

1r UAijneAc T)uiu, a pwfiu nA bpttiom-plAit 

Varise Lectiones 

-pocloin" 

Index Locorum 

Index Nominum 

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